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Di^zed by the Interne^rchive 
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Lyrasis l\/lember5''aprd^&t?Srri^iKQaLion 

Yeshiva University 



High School for Girls 




2301 Snyder Avenue 

Jlebrookl1963unse 

kjiM Brooklyn 26. N. Y. 



"Torah" was instilled in us. "Mada" 
was taught to us. These, the tools of life, 
have been placed within our grasp. We 
learned to wield them, to build with 
them, and to create. Here in Central, 
the foundation of our future has been 
molded. The purpose of our goals and our 
ideals has been crystallized. This publi- 
cation, a memento of our education, a 
symbol of our exuberance, we dedicate 
to these tools of life which we learned 
to use. 




A Bag of Tools 



by R. L. Sharpe 



Isn't it strange 

That princes ana kings. 

Ana clowns that caper 

In sawdust rings. 

Ana common people 

Like you ana. me 

Are builders for eternity? 

Each is given a hag of tools, 

A shapeless mass 

A book of rules ; 

And each must make 

Ere life is flown — 

A stumbling block 

Or a stepping stone. 




•DOT nD5 






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.nunnxn D'ac^n yam nK;aa mayw p^na nsipnn rs nnns D'''?aa 
naana nnns n's» : p"?ia'7 yn'o; nns piosa it n''?an'7 xenrwv. 
.naan — nt nso-rraa ima"? .(ra ,s"'7 '"ra^a) "niwb "tv ion imni 
.i:"?!:; npiay nnvn naann 'mtiz; ,nmnn iia'ra p"? nay mstt' nann 
T-ar mns"? 'jam pa nns "rai ,p^S8 !:?nB^ia nt -ria"?!:; maa 'jk 

."naan/za — n's nx 
nai 11V p? T^'"? ra^nn ii'?i2' nso-n-'a ."jan k"? nr "jax 
I'a mir^'n ninann 'mi — "non rmn» ."njii:;'? Vj? ion min// t'ac^ 
rvn"? D''?ia' i3k r« .mana — on o'Ti.Tn "n .nan'? ms 
on'nn'? tk wviv lax dsi .'jc?"? nan xin mn' "ra .nmianna 
Mb aiBi irnE'S — 'iihm nax"? 
■ys naa -rn iia'?n nx X'sin"? nayinii? pbia'? buKti 'as 

.'?Kntt"a nana"? nr'nm -"jyis- 




ADMINI2 



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Dear Graduates, 

During your stay with us, we have sincerely 
tried to direct you to understand and appreciate the 
ideals and way of life of the Orthodox Jewish 
Woman. We have tried to give you a knowledge of 
the society in which you live, and to prepare you 
for your future education. We have attempted to 
develop standards and habits to help you carry on 
our tradition and to become worthy members of the 
community. 

We know that we will always be proud of you 
and your achievements and that vsith the aid of the 
Almighty you will always act and hve in the true 
spirit of our traditional heritage. 

May the Almighty grant you many years of health 
and happiness. 

Sincerely, 

Rabbi Charles Friedman 
English Principal 



FRATION 










Dr. Samuel Belkin 
President 




Dr. Slielley Saphire 
Supervisor 




Mr. Samuel Levine 
Director 




TABLE OF 



FACULTY jPage 9 



GRADUATES 



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DIARY Page 49 



CONTENTS 



ACTI\aTIES Page 37 



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ADVERTISEMENTS Page 83 



>AULINE<S s^u-- 



STEINBERG 



and tKis is our little friend 

Gabe -^ yearbook mascot and general 
helper to the Elchanette. 




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Dr. Samuel Linick 



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Rabbi Sliabtai Rubel 



Rabbi Moshe BerenKoIz 



MATHEMATICS 




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Mrs. Ruth HocKbaum 




Mr. Isaac Cantor 




Mr. Harold Raat 




Mr. Maurice Masha 




Mr. Henry Fohr 



SCIENCE 




Miss Zeva Epstein 




Mr. Louis Ktissin 




Miss Ann Epstein 



NOT SHOWN 

Mrs. Lila Gold 




ENGLISH 




Mrs. Eva Adelman 



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Mr. Arthur Minirof 



HYGIENE 




ART 




Mrs. Jeanette Halpem 



Mrs. EditK JacoBson 




BUSINESS 



MUSIC 




Mrs. EstKer Tessel 



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Mr. Emery Grossman 





Bob. it is true wKat you toW Issac 



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SALLY ALTER 

Oh Captain, my Captain, our fearful game is won . . . 
don't dilly-dally— give the ball to Sally . . . never without 
a ready smile and a friendly word . . . first in name— first 
in the game^-and first in the hearts of her classmates. 

There is no lady in the land 

W/io's half so sweet as Sally. 



GAIL ANGIEL 

A halo of serenity surrounds her every word and deed 
... a kind w^ord for all . . . our "art'istic masterpiece . . . 
a smile leaving lasting warmth . . . glowing inner beauty 
transmitted to her being. 

A spirit still and bright 

Wi(h something of angelic light. 

.na Nxa' nnatt;i "rn D"m nix 





HINDA AUFRICHTIG 

Knrn 

Twinkling black eyes ... a Shirley McLaine hairdo 
with the talent to match . . . acting, singing, directing— 
all the essentials for a memorable performance . . . smart, 
sincere, sociable— an outstanding girl who has directed her 
way into the hearts of all. 

A quick responsiveness in word or deed 
The will to follow or the art to lead. 

on i?nE;ai m'tt^i -I'l'S? nios 'S'm inn 



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EILEEN BLACKMAN 

Blackwell s black-haired successor . . . comes through 
with a pinch . . . always Joshing around . . . puts the 
hohday spirit into the Chagim committee . . . there's 
some' thing about her that bewitches us . . . have 
patients — ^will succeed . . . great ambitions and greater 
deeds. 

Her eyes are sapphires set in snoiv. 
Resembling heaven in every ivinh. 

.^3 ^V? 




XL 




ARLENE BLUMENTHAL 

"IDDN 

A warm heart ... a helping hand . . . sewing "suit ed 
her fancy . . . timely quips unexpectedly erupt through 
the surface of her calm demeanor . . . her cooperative 
ways will sell her a ticket to success. 

Whose fu-mor is her honest thought 
And simple truth her utmost virtue. 

.t^nm 133"? nas m yaa TJ'y nm 



NANCY BLUMENTHAL 

nan2 

Our Israeli-bom miss . . . complexion like milk, hair 
like honey . . . beneath a gay exterior sparkles an even 
gayer personality . . . makes winning friends and elections 
her "business" . . . only girl in the school who blushes 
purple . . . she is our sunshine. 

Nothing is worth the wear of winning 
But the laughter and the love of friends. 

'?'''?3 nx nmxn Tryi aani ynsv ti 





NORMA GLORIA BOOK 

Book by name and profession ... a "memorable" miss 
■—charming ana gay . . . commuter— had a four-year pass 
for Flatbush sidewalks . . . dark hair, fair skin . . . eyes 
that are pensive . . . our very figure-ative sophisticated deb 
... a soft-spoken scholar . . . quietly garbed in fashion. 

Few things are impossible 

To intelligence and skill. 



MARTHA BRAFMAN 

Sew, Sew pretty . . . stitched in style . . . another in 
the cavalcade of Central's pulchritudinous stenographers 
. . . Kamber's cutie . . . Cantor's prey . . . Flip it . . . 
Dip it . . . Twirl it . . . Whirl it . . . joy to all . . . needs 
no other reason for her presence than herself. 
The hand that made thee fair 
Hath made thee good. 

nanV T\nv onp' D^r^ssn tds 





MIRIAM BRUCH 

A personality like fireworks . . . sparkling, glowing, and 
colorful . . . our goodwill ambassador to Israel . . . intro- 
duced the pachanga to our class . . . our whirlwind . . . 
has an eye for fashion ... is a gale of laughter and song. 

From crown of head to sole of foot 

she is all mirth. 



TOBY CR\JMOMC 

Copious notes . . . notable co-editor . . . knowledge 
came and wisdom lingered ... a harmonious blend . . . 
a sense of numor ... a sense of dignity . . . grand, gracious 
. . . gggg-gezundheit . . . doing easily what others find 
difficult is talent . . . doing what is impossible for talent 
is genius. 

The reason firm, the temperate will, 
Endurance, foresight, strength, and skill. 





SUSAN CR\Z\N 

If life's a flower here stands a rose . . . adorning and 
adored ... a smile that cheers and dehghts as it hngers 
... a model in sew" many ways ... a raffle raiser \vho 
has made her bid for success ... a child of joy. 

A pair of azure eyes 

As glowing as the summer 

Ana as tender as the skies. 



JUDITH CHILL 

Something about this girl . . . has grace to win and 
glory to seek . . . her every phrase a string of perfect gems 
. . . philosophic and provocative . . . LIT. ED. up the 
Flame with imagination . . . ever a gleam in her green 
eyes . . . her pen is the tree whose fruits are expression. 
The judgment calm,, the intellect subtle. 
Foresight, wit, and skill. 

.D'nJTT rrnni it na ns' D"nn mi 





DEVRA COHEN 

Raaaabi CoKen's first born'— Rabbi Sodden's first . . . 
from the "Hart" of Connecticut . . . literarily loquacious 
. . . spends the most fascinating summers. . . . Wno me? 

. Yes, U.I . . . confident miss . . . question and answer 
as one ... a girl of "high merits" and many gifts. 
A waking eye, a prying mind, 
A heart that stirs, is hard to hind. 



SUZANNE MIRIAM COOPER 

nnnr 

So prime, so swell, so nutty, and so knowing . . . 
sparkling eyes and sudden smile in an ever-changing cap 
. . . enthusiastic editor . . . Hail to our Chief ... as she 
does^so wisely is it done ... a dramatic who has dis- 
covered herself ... a living ray of intellectual fire. 

The heart to conceive, 

The understanding to direct. 

And the hand to execute. 

vsw pnaai yxijn nnu ant 
.n'T nsai n'sa 





ROCHELLE ELLEN DERSHOWITZ 

nam 

Adds spice to our daily routine . . . sweet on cocoa 
. . . her joviality and good nature have sown the seeds 
of friendships in both Boro Park and Crown Heights . . . 
a critic and reviewer of books . . . never criticized . . . only 
admired. 

It's nice to be natural 

If you're naturally nice. 

.'in n'jan "jdo na"? it 



MARLENE LEE EHRENREICH 

Always a song in her heart ... a heart as good as 
Gold . . . strives assiduously on her path to success . . . 
nice by nature . . . diligent in her studies . . . earnest in 
her ways ... a friend in deed, is a friend. 

Kind hearts are more than coronets. 

.D'an a'? nnaa;a a'an •^^^3 na 





ELEANOR D. FEINER 

Double, double, toil and trouble. Flame burns and 
ideas bubble ... a scientific literaleur . . . her stature 
tall, as high as her heart . . . the quality that can deepest 
reach is sincerity ... he who laughs— lasts. 

Honor, anger, valor, fire, 

A love that life could never tire. 

3T '3 npnxai ,'7D aV man mDion m 



JEAN FEIT 

gaiety of soul . . . always in a 

. . how can anyone so sensible 

princess of a girl ... a typist 

lamp 



eanie wlio 



lit the 



Lightness of heart . . 
Spin . . . loves her job 
be so delightful too . . . 
Tessel never taught . . . 
of knowledge. 

W^armhearted, fair, and wise is she; 
The heavens such grace did lend her. 

■in 





MIRIAM FRIEDMAN 

Quiet as the falling snow . . . young in years, mature 
in outlook . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . praise- 
worthy ana commenaable merits . . . tall and stately like 
a queen . . . with hair that is her crowning glory. 

So young, so fair. 

Great without effort, good without foe. 

.Dmyj n''7Nis nay: nai n^s' na 



REBECCA FRIEDMAN 

npnn 

From Bradley Beach or Lawrence always to Central 
. . . what a trip . . . like granulated sugar— sweet and 
refined . . . her life arranged in orderly fashion— from 
her systematic nature to her meticulous dress . . . soft- 
spoken demeanor . . . denoting serenity. 
Strongesf minds are often those 
Of whom the noisy UJorld hears least. 

mno in'7 ^'?vo -nan n:-''!)! ,mM}!^ hdt 





RIVKA FRIEDMAN 

One of a set . . . unduplicated . . . easy going . . . with 
a quick wit . . . rousing responses . . . delightfully 
dimpled . . . congenial, lively import from Israel . . . 
exports cheer and good humor . . . the only way to have 
a friend is to be one. 

A lively soul who knew 

The inmost art to keep us gay. 

."7211 'as '?D Vy nn'E'a n':inn nn 



JEAN GEL>mN 

Hair the color of golden moonlight ... an expressive 
face— both s\veet and saucy . . . her melodious laughter 
will echo in our hearts for many years to come . . . gay 
. . . gregarious . . . gracious . . . always a willing heart 
and a helping hand. 

The way to be happy is to make others so. 

.s'n a"? riDi 's ^TiriT '73'? na^s nana 





ETTA TEM\ GERTZ 

iNIark her well — teachers usually do ... a one-man 
presidium . . . unanimously elected ... to tutor ... to toil 
... to interpret the Torah . . . has the perfect reply to a 
teacher s question ... is herself the perfect answer . . . 
all the success that comes to her isn t more than she 
deserves. 

Of high ideals ana virtue is her speech, 
And gladly does she learn and gladly teach. 



ELLEN GOLDBERG 

Her brain afire \vith a reddish glow ... an avid his- 
torian—studies Livy, Lapidus , and Leonides . . . effi- 
ciency is type cal of Ellen . . . good nature and good 
sense must ever be joined ... a forthright, alright, 
upright girl. 

Honest labor bears a lovely face. 

-■"nnyc^ai -2 nspwa cnn rmn 





LYNN BARBARA GOLDSTEIN 

Always up on her toes . . . bubbling over with effer- 
vescent laughter . . . long-haired lass . . . library lady 
. . . expressive eyes . . . extensive talent . . engaging 
charm . . . the highest good is not only visible but felt 
within the heart. 

Heart on her lips 

And soul within her eyes. 

iTJ'y niin -na"? pba .Tin p"? 



BARBARA GORDON 

A master of music . . . the song of our hearts ... an 
accomplished alto ... a chalil virtuoso ... a lithe and 
nimble dancer ... a conscientious crocheter . . . abund- 
ance of talent and creativity . . . overabundance of friends 
and acquaintances. 

Her music flows from within 
And reaches the hearts of others. 





ARLINE LIBBY GUTHARTZ 

A flicker of fun in her eyes and her manner ... a 
sparkle of enthusiasm in her every deed . . . our bouncing 
baton twirler . . . Libby's quips and queries liven up any 
class . . . her kindness is as large and encompassing as a 
prairie wind. 

The ideal vivacity, wit, and charm. 

s'?a na'7 ,n'>ww in n:-iv ms'?a iT'n'? 

.ait: "ja 



AUDREY LYNN HAMM 

.13 ^a nnox 

Emerald eyes in a setting of lovely lashes . . . sparkling 

smile . . . perfect coiffure . . . lends a helping hand on the 

office squad ... an inspired hand to art ... an expert 

hand to twirling ... in action faithful ... in honor clear. 

A face of lily beauty 

And a form of airy grace. 

njsBD ns:i ,n"n'? by an'? mx 





DEANNA HANFT 

Articulate sounds that ring out enchanting thoughts 
. . . always on the "write" side of things . . . reliability 
and loyalty— two of the most extensively used words in 
her extensive vocabulary ... a soft answer that turns 
away all wrath. 

Gentle of speech, 
Beneficient of mind. 



FREDDA HOENIG 

A "featured" star . . . recaller and recorder of our daily 
events . . . sings with an Israeli accent . . . works with 
the accent on attaining good results . . . she has driven 
herself to make our Charity Drive successful ... a diller, 
a dollar, a mighty hne scholar . . . ambitious and able. 

The plainest sign of ivisdom 

Is a continued cheerfulness. 

^u^a"? niT'Vsn pins 





HANNAH HUDES 

Dimples that crown a most delightful smile . . . her 
clothes in Vogue . . . her love of Sports by her enthusiasm 
is Illustrated . . . habitually happy, highly humorous and 
heartwarming . . . the way to be happy is to make others 
so. 

None, none on earth above her. 

To know her is to love her. 



TZIPORA KANOTOPSKY 

A number one girl who can debate her way through 
anything ... a whiz at edition" and subtraction . . . 
mature ideals and love of truth . . . tactful, thoughtful, 
talented ... a quiet spark of light repdy to burst into 
flame. 

^^isdom ana goodness are twin-horn, 
One heart must hold both sisters. 

.nsi '?i'7sn 





MOLLY KASSIN 

Intense eyes of inherent beauty . . . elder of a tribe . . . 
"ranks ' with the best . . . with just enough impishness to 
delight . . . classroom capers . . . chic choiffures . . . wit 
that's with it . . . loved for her remarks . . a remarkable 
girl. 

Good humor is the heart of the soul. 

.nb nan 'a ! "ria 



SHIRA KELLER 

Providence sent . . . has honorably served as Vice- 
President of Arista . . . her friends have admired her 
"noted" writing . . . the faculty has also acknowledged 
her ExcElIEncE . . . she has sought high grades . . . has 
set lofty standards . . . and has successfully achieved 
both. 

^Vi(^ affections warm, refined. 
She mixed such calm and holy strength 
of mind. 

.nupto noyn m'lrn mim ^:tv; 





SHEILA ELAINE KLEIN 

In a listening mood she seems to stand ... a being 
clothed beautifully" in truth and merit ... of manners 
gentle ... of knowledge great . . . ENefGetic editor . . . 
acts as she prefers and so, as is right . . . her glowing eyes 
reflect her inner beauty . . . what she has given, has 
remained. 

Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit. 



<^y 



BEVERLY SUE KOPF 

Eye catching captain of cheering . . . adorable deliverer 
of debates . . . "J'oyful and "V ivacious ... a model 
person always dressed to perfection ... a warm smile 
... a winsome way . . . she has. shown us by her knowl- 
edge that truth is beauty . . . and by herself that beauty is 
truth. 

Beauty is part of the finished language 

By which goodness speaks. 

.pnsi nia moij^a -an im nsna ns> ra 





HELEN KROCHMAL 

Future designer with great designs for the future . . . 
admirable athlete . . . imaginative— she sets images on 
canvas as lovely as she herself . . . the reward of a thing 
well done is to have done it. 

As the sun colors flowers 

So does art color life. 



PENINAH KRUMBEIN 

nr:s 

A cultured "pearl" formed by sincerity, goodness, and 
modesty around a nucleus of wisdom . . . enlightened us 
by the brilliance of the "Lapid" . . . strong-willed . . . 
soft-spoken . . . math is her favorite . . . she is ours. 

Honored for her wisdom 

Loved for her kindness. 

■jai -naDna xinniD .ts 





FINA LANDGARTEN 

As fine as her name ... an impish intellectual and a 
willing worker . . . never a "cross-word ... as secretary 
or anything else, she'll soar to success . . . like a sculptor 
she leaves a fine impression . . . sincere and good and 
filled with compassion. 

Graceful and useful all she does, 
Blessing and blesst where'er she goes. 

.nw}i '>'72Ji ,n3n ,nns ,npina ,^212 irn'sx 



BARBARA GAIL LANGERT 

Our secret ingredients for the satisfying cup of coffee 

. . . dark as her hair . . . rich as her complexion . . . cream 

as \vhite and pure as her deeds . . . just enough sugar 

. . . blended to perfection ... to build lasting friendships. 

Wiffi grace to win, ivith heart to hold 

With shining gifts that take all eyes. 

.ly-nyj it d'p'js-jVdd rTiry maa iina 





HARRIET LANTER 

Very personable vice-president . . . necessity: Harriet's 
neat notes . . . patience, modesty, truth— her guaridan 
angels ... a mind that works with clarity and speed . . . 
Iways a friend to a friend in need ... a miss ^ve 11 all 



always a 
miss. 



A smooth and steadfast mind 
Gentle thoughts and calm desires. 

-may myj"? 



AVIVA LEITER 

Small in age . . . average in height . . . tall in knowledge 
. . . always looking at the Leiter side of things . . . 
advocates a four-day school week . . . knit one, pearl two 
. . . red coat, yoo hoo . . . erudite girl with a conndent air 
. . . studies, strives, succeeds. 

Tender in years. 

An elder in wisdom. 





SUSAN LEVINE 

Sophomore entrance entranced us . . . vibrant spirits 
. . . flashing eyes . . . Hashing hair . . . her winning smile 
catches us on guard ... a rip-roaring redhead . . as 
fragrance to a blossom so amiabihty to her being . . . 
hvely . . . laughing . . . lovable. 

Loved because she'll do and say 
The nicest things in the nicest way. 



HARRIET RHODA LIPPMAN 

Dihgent with a natural instinct for studying . . . knowl- 
edge gives height . . . accomphshment gives luster . . . 
patience and perseverance bring their own rewards . . . 
her high endeavors, an inward hght that brightens the 
path before her. 

For mercy, courage, kindness, mirth, 
There is no measure here on earth. 





HENIE LIPPMAN 

The President of Arista . . . welcome in any society . . . 
a sunny smile and a tinkle of laughter ... a lovely voice 
combined with dramatic ability ... a hit performance 
... a mind full of knowledge is a mind that is never apt 
to fail. 

High erected thoughts 

Seated in the heart of courtesy. 



32 



HELGA MEZEI 

no-in 

A lovely accent to accent her loveliness . . 
shimmer like pearls ... a dainty lass perfect by 
a face that projects honor, truth and loyalty 
loved is to love all. 

Good nature, the more communicated, 

The more abundant groups. 

.wiv Try -ns' ijn 



eyes that 
:harm . . . 
. . to be 





VERA MEZEI 

nnox 

Fair in that she is never studied in her fairness . . . 
natural sweetness and goodness in her person shine . . . 
a petite little lady with a grand array of friends ... an 
impish smile with mischief in every dimple. 
WcU-JimeJ sdence hath 
More eloquence than speech. 



NATALIE MILLER 

Carries herself in a manner regal . . . senior booster, 
junior year ... all her world s a stage and she has played 
■many roles, each with equal ability and aplomb . . . 
words of power, eloquently uttered . . . firm principles 
nobly defended. 

Adorned with the complexion of truth 
And the accord of words with deeds. 

SDaaa nnm nnxa 'anan mxsnn mm 





RACHEL HELEN MORGINSTIN 

All American grin . . . her laughter is as contagious 
as her enthusiasm . . . our matchless matchmaker . . . 
golden gaiety . . . auburn hair . . . laughing dancing eyes 
midnight fringed . . . enough ease to put you at yours 
... a wonderful girl. 

Goodwill, friendly speech. 

Like gentle sunshine in early spring. 

.vr\ Q5?j ns'jxi ,n"n n::-\ 



DENAH NEMETH 

Spins the threads of poetry as golden as her hair 



courageous 
. . a dedi- 



has a sincere interest in the welfare of all 
explorer of varied courses ... a doting aunt 
cated student ... a devoted friend. 

Twas her thinking of others 
That made you think of her. 

iTflia'ru "731 D5;j •'Sit n'snn 





RUTH NEWMAN 

nn 

A way of expression uniquely her ow^n . . . every 
golden train of thought strung together by dramatic ability 
and legal capability . . . the debator . . . "junior sophis- 
ticate" ... a marked and "merit'ed individual . . . 
dynamic personality ... a rarely gifted being . . . well 
made . . . well wrought. 

Choice word and measured phrase, 

above the reach 
Of ordinary man, a stately speech. 



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SANDRA OCRS 

A portrait of beauty . . . exotic eyes . . . exquisite smile 
... a lively imagination rules her artistic hand ... a 
creative brush used skillfully on palette and hair . . . 
a paragon of elegance and grace. 

A. face that's best 

By its own beauty dressed. 

3'aD ,i3T As-< it:;xt nnyc? 





RIVKY PERELSTEIN 

A genuine treasure . . . wears generosity as a jewel . . . 
never wearies of making friends ... a class vice-president 
by popular demand . . . look into the spirit . . . therein 
has the secret of her thoughtful deeds. 

Charm strikes the sight 

And merit wins the soul. 

.s'?a D'a rm3 -a"?.! nam 



KENDY PLOTZKER 

Our mistress of ceremonies . . . parries' laughter to 
all . . . wit like champagne— not only sparkles but is 
sweet ... a treasurer who s a treasure to her friends . . . 
a treasure house of Yiddish chain" ... all her ways are 
winning ways. 

The m.usic of her laughter is 

Strung from the golden harp of goodness. 

.nnaip ma^aa ,n'?sx: n>i iip 





HELEN POTOCKI 

The face of an angel . . . the soul of a poet . . . burn- 
ing emotions expressed with depth . . . V.I.P. from New 
Jersey . . . vivid imaginative personahty . . . perfect features, 
perfect face ... a girl of beauty ... a joy forever. 
Lihe Heaven's image in a smiling brooh. 
Celestial peace was pictured in every look. 

nam ,nan'?i:> pT n'ry — a"?"? nnw man 



S^ 



ANITA PRESLER 

A friend of U s and mine . . . liked by students— mis- 
understood by teachers . . . our Benny Goodman \vho can 
play the chalil ... a vibrant and obstinate idealist . . . 
honesty s her best policy . . . sparkling, spirited, sincere. 

Tis good to be merry and wise, 

Tis good to be honest and true. 

.naann n'ax'ya naa ,m)3'ann xiV'k 




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MIRIAM RAPPAPORT 

Looks analytical until she smiles ... a level-headed 
girl always on the level ... a blending of sense and 
sensibility . . . debates the issues and issues the vollies 
. . . already a gourmet cook . . . like cream she hopes to 
rise to the top. 

Clear convictions coupled with a firm will. 
Unwaveringly directed towards the good. 



LEAH ROSEN 

Our exotic class A import from Israel . . . did a good 
job editoring our Hebrew compositions ... an even better 
one on the Elchanette . . . reserved yet a reservoir of 
strength . . . tbe current of her charms flows like the 
gently rippling waters of silent brooks. 

For loveliness lived with kindness 

That she might admired be. 

m'jinan n'ryi ^-nar"? nanx nxi: nna"? 





FRLNIIT ROSENBAUM 

Always laughing . . . halves our sorrows — dioubles our 
joys ... a maiden fair with golden hair . . . Jack-in-the- 
box . . . never know what she II pop up \vith next . . . 
singing, mimicking, or lOO on a test . . . distinction is the 
consequence, not the object, of her mind. 

A heart that's ivonderful and true, 

A heart that's ready to sing. 

.vjy a'? 



SHERRY ROSENBERG 

Happy goes as lucky goes . . . pert, petite, and pretty 
. . . clothes of quality . . . qualities of value . . . Central s 
leprechaun with her o\vn kind of mischief . . . bom with 
the gift of laughter and the ability to share it with others 
. . . the cutest cookie Lowen s ever produced. 

W/iat is the worth of anything 

But for the happiness 'twill bring. 

v.mi "roa ,npnaa ,n'7ms ,nBDW 





ELLEN ROTH 

A friend to truth . . . genteel in dress and dressed in 
gentleness ... a sports-wnirl in sportswear . . . thrice 
blessed . . . neatness, sweetness and athletic fleetness . . . 
oriental eyes . . . classical features . . . yet beauty without 



vanity. 



Beautiful in form and feature. 
Lovely as the day. 



•TTnnDE? ■'w Bim ,imn nop in 



RIKI ROZMAN 

Efficient official . . . "bowls" us over with her many 
talents . . . racks up affection as great as her scores . . . 
has friends numbering in the millions . . . contacts num- 
bering two . . . extraordinarily extra-curricular . . . knows 
her ABC's . . . alert, bouncy, cheerful. 

To be popular with all 

Is the best of good gifts. 

mana nny"? ,na n:T\: nn 





ELAINE RUBIN 

n-'-n 

Cutest chess and checkers captain . . . "Frank "ly foren- 
sic ... an athlete "shooting ,for the stars ... a warmth 
so special to brown-eyed blondes . . . her typing pleases 
some of the people some of the time . . . her vivacity and 
high spirits please all of the people all of the time. 

The gift of gaiety is 

The greatest good fortune. 

win'ra 



HARRIET RUSS 

To enchant, to enlighten, to teach . . . uncertain as to 
AB or BA . . . sure to get her MA's ... a master of her 
mind, a masterful memory, a master of French her goal 
. . . ghnting auburn hair and a fire red personahty ... a 
captivating smile . . . impressing all. 

Knowledge ana actions are twins. 
Each glorifying the other. 





TOBY SAFRAN 

Soft-spoken senior . . . level-headed, level-tempered . . . 
imbued with intellectual curiosity and endowed with 
comprehension ... well-dressed, well-read, well-hked 
... a true and earnest person . . . reflected by the many 
who are proud to be her friend. 

The fairest garden in her looks, 
And in her mind the wisest hooks. 

r"n 1KJD1 ,mp'' p!o in!D3n a'ts 
.man n}3sw m ibD 



JANET SCHECHTER 

Bubbling, bouncing, buoyant ... a good nature ... a 
"Pioneer'ing spirit . . . loved for her laughter . . . acclaimed 
for her exuberance . . . attired with brightness . . . saucy, 
gingery, peppery ... a well spiced personality pleasing 
to everyone s taste. 

\^ivacity and wit 

Make one shine in company. 

ipinsm ,bT iiiK -"^m ,"?m 





NATTALIE DEBORAH SCHLOSSBERG 

So warm and wonderful . . . daffy yet delightful ... an 
active and admirable actress . . . charming smile . . . dis- 
arming wit . . . tonic for a dismal day . . . Nattane . . . 
one part humor ... a bit of friendhness . . . and a pinch 
of sincerity. 

As full of humor as of kindness, 
Princely in both. 

m'7Bn -mnsi nans -nnm ,nsn 



DOLLY SCHNALL 

A perfect harmony of personahty and intelugence . . . 
our photogenic photographer . . . math ' Raab idly cap- 
tured her interest . . . her charm and warmth quickly 
captured our hearts ... a delightful person ... a pleasure 
to be with ... a "joy" to know. 

Wit to persuade 

And beauty to delight. 





ESTHER SCHNEPS 

A. True Bnei Akivanik at heart ... a Sabra in spirit 
. . . does only what she believes in and believes in what 
she does ... a one man dance festival to her own chalil 
accompaniment ... a "lebedik" and talented girl. 
Light of step and heart is she. 

•rna '^^p'\m inw nonn mnnr; tr 



SANDRA SCHWARTZ 

As the beautiful snow . . . eyes like its crystals^neart 
like its glow . . . mastered the merr>', tender knack of 
making one feel good . . . made a thousand friends and 
kept them . . . honor and mirth . . . gentleness and charms. 

They are only truly great 

W/io are truly good. 

.iva3 TS xVa 3'?a n^T\m pirn:; 





JUDITH REBECCA SHMIDMAN 

Lilting as music on a summer's day ... a Canarsie 
commuter bringing Massad into our midst . . . our French 
"mademoiselle" so becomingly petite . . . artfully gifted 
. . . mighty is the hand that paints . . . mightier is the 
imagination that inspires it. 

The art in which the hand, the head. 

And the heart go together. 

.D'a-it) n-'irvaa na"?! ."pinaaa nims m' 



ELAINE SILBERSTEIN 

Exuberant spirits that attract friends .... a personality 
that enchants them ... an avid reader ... a mind that 
retains . . . she advocates less homework and higher 
marks . . . mischief in eye . . . gaiety is her theme . . . let 
laughter be her song. 

Her eyes' blue depths are lifted, 

Wif/i fun and friendship stirred. 

wiTO nana J^s'7a nana naip nsipT 





ROSALYN SILVER 

Laughing, smiling, singing, beguiling . . . dances in an 
artistic way . . . perfect profile . . . pixie personality . . . 
dreamy . . . way up in the clouds . . . and brings us back 
a bit of heaven ... a model face with a cover girl look. 

A dancing shape, an image gay. 

To haunt, to startle, ana waylay. 



JOYCE SINGER 

Always a pretty picture . . . she and her doll 

arable . . . like her math, all she does adds up . . 

sonality plus . . . multiplied by school spirit . 

undivided heart ... to be rich in friends is to bi 

in nothing. 

For truth hath such a face ana such a mien. 
As to be loved needs only to be seen. 

.3"? xna'am myas inp' ^^^r^ naa iin 



insep- 

. per- 

. an 

: poor 





SHEILA SINGER 

Fascinating individualist ... a dual personality . . . 
outwardly an attractive, gregarious humorist . . . inwardly 
wise in the ways of psychology and philosophy . . . 
always striving to find the middle road . . . full of life, 
song and humor. 

She imparts vivacity, novelty, and exuberance. 

^Tnan"?!:? vko naa'ra myn .TTi:?n nan'rtt' 



RITA SIROTE 

A well blended mixture of intelligence, talent, and fun 
. . . ardent intellect ... a joy to be with . . . who can play 
second fiddle to her piano . . . her fingers deftly play on 
life s keyboard a melody charming and sweet. 
She that was ever wise and never proud, 
Had tongue at will and yet was never loud. 

.nbiy naai:' PE'' ,T'an-'?:o .T'n nn 





HELEN STEINMETZ 

Loads up on liveliness . . . bursts forth with fun . . . 
entwined and en' twist'ed in our hearts . . . upped the 
annual income of Madison Square Garden . . . our 
Nordic beauty of blond hair and blue eyes ... a ray of 
light. ^ 

O' flow much more doth beauty beauteous seem 
by that sweet ornam.ent which kindness doth give. 



V >' 



EVA STREIFLER 

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Bright spirit . . . brilliant hair . . . Titians' type' . . . 
fingers that fly over the keyboard . . . her wit is the salt 
of many a conversation . . . piercing eyes . . . imaginative, 
irrepressible, invaluable . . . her smile is a ray of light 
that illuminates our day. 

There is more heart in humor 

And more head in wit. 

-n:!H ntt'XT nsVnaa nno rrnn 





JUDI SUSSER 

Holds the "key" to our hearts . . . she "rings" the bell 
. . . gamin like grace . . . gracious manner . . . ivory glow 
. . . ebony tresses . . set a record for making lasting 
Friendships . . . the spirit of Israel in our midst . . . 
Linick's "Zese maidle" and ours too. 

To thee only, G~d granted a heart ever new, 
To all always open, to all always true. 



GAIL DEVORA TRAI?^JER 

Modesty is goodness and wisdom combined . . . her 
prize formula for winning friends— quick to forgive . . . 
slow to anger . . . our studious stenographer . . . her many 
virtues would take a lifetime to count. 

How great a joy in life they share 
That are so wondrous sweet and fair. 

.snaai vnis ,na a"? nnm a>'>n ■?'! 





LONA TRENCHER 

A captain of cheering as well as charms ... a girl of 
grace as \vell as goals . . . ripe olive eyes that entrance . . . 
highly styled hair . . . constantly in style . . . strong- 
willed . . . striking . . . studious . . . her will— to climb 
. . . her aim— the sky. 

A maid on whose cheeks, on whose brow, 

in whose eyes 
Shine beauty and pleasure. 

.ntt'N'i mxn ^^n•>^ ,ni:?pi n'S'n ryi aa"? 



CAILA W^ISBERG 

Original propounder of the AAA . . . ads, ads, ads . . . 
in stature tall, in charm taller ... in personality tallest 
. . . dressed to suit all . . . our lovely linguist . . . golden 
hair and golden deeds. 

A lovely lady, gaimentea in light 

From her own beauty. 

msi iian nvn 'syn msna 
•in"? pina 





TOBA WEITZ 

Poise and personality plus a merry heart ... a Sopho- 
more surprise^Head of the Service Squad . . . mixes and 
matches her work and play . . . claimed by Arista in her 
Junior year . . . burnished hair . . . burning cheeks . , . 
twinkling eyes ... a sparkling smile . . . Life must be 
\vorth\vhile. 

Tis wise to learn, 

Tis G-a like to create. 



DORIS YUTKOWITZ 

Deughtfully refreshing wit . . . boosts our spirits with 
her capricious capers . . . has displayed her KEE-TOV 
acting abihty . . . debates with the best . . . loved for the 
good cheer she imparts . . . featured forever in our 
minds and hearts. 

All succeeds with people 

W^ho are good and gay. 

.na iNSM'' man nnau^ ]wti; 





BETTY ZAKHEIM 

Black haired beauty . . . black eyed mischief-maker . . . 
a coin collector \\'ith a rubel at heart . . . keeps our 
Chumash class in a roar (rather in a meow) . . . Rem- 
brandt's rival . . . draws friends as easily as she draws 
for the Elchanette. 

And all that's best of dark and bright 
Meet in her aspect and her eyes. 



MERRY ZWEITER 

Eyes that captivate and a mind that meditates ... a 

"maccabee" at heart . . . when she speaks what elocution 

flows . . . views the world through rose-colored glasses 

. . . holds strong to her principles and so is held in respect. 

A subtle grace of heart and mind 

That flows with tactful sympathy. 

m'sa 'D n'JS ins nis ,D'mfl p'?tt 
.m wry 





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New York State 
Regents Scholarship Winners- 



Merit Commendations 



ilECnONS 

Review carefully with yo 
to apply. Make sure thai 

Complete the attached £ 

Review your completed 
any reiiuired affidavits c 

If you wish to apply fo; 
concerning the document; 
checked by the principai 
address and school attec 



Toby ChaJTnovic 

Judith Chill Toby Chapnovic 

Suzanne Cooper!^^°°^ guidance counselor all the Tequkcmev j^)^^,^^ Qohen 



Eleanor Feiner 
Jean Peit 
Etta Gertz 
Deanna Hanft 
Sheila Klein 
Beverly Kopf 



yied and that you can submit the necessary 



nee counselor, making si 
2 in proper order. 



you intend 



Suzanne Cooper 
Etta Gertz 
Peninah Krumhein 
Fina Landgarten 



Children of Deceased or Disabled Veterans, see your pnncipal or guidance counselor 



it. Prepare an envelope for registered mail. When the necessary documents have been 
Peninah Krumbetn lace them in the envelope and mail them at once. Be sure to include your name, 
Fina L<indgarten 
Detach this direction shi -^viva Letter he examination. 

^, . . Henie Lippman . , 

Leave the completed apr „ r at ncipal or guidance counselor.K. I i* III C • j_ 

Ruth^ewman National Honor Society 

Remember that statemer j'^fjy Safran -atiors are subject to verificati; ' 



Elaine Silberstein 
Merry Zweiter 



Scholarship Finalist 



IRECTIONS FOR MARKING 
THE ANSWER SHEET 



■ Ruth N eivtii 



Alternates 



Vhen you take the examina 
1, you must use an ordin 
j pencil, number 2 or so' 
e pencil, ink or a ballp 
1 will not make score : 
rks. Pencil must be used Gail Angiel 
rking the identification r Hindu Aufrichtig 
and the name grids as 
for marking answers to 
istions. 



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Mayor's Committee on 
Scholarship Achievement Award 



Rochelle Dershowilz 
Miriam Friedman 
Tziporah Kanotopshy 
DenaJi Nemeth 
Kendy Plotzker 
Kendall Plotzker 
Rita Sirole 
Toba Weif- 



I'ou will receive a sepa 
wer sheet for each par 

test: General Scholac 
:itude, the qualifying p 
ph,and General Achieverr 
> of the answer sheets ■_ 
I grids for your identifica: 
nber and name. The? 5 - 

enable the mac 

res your paper Nursino Scholarships 

ir number and nane ;"- ^ ~ 



Tziporah Kanotopsky 

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Grand Street Boys 
Foundation Service Award 



it them beside your scores. 



JTKT 



Etta Gertz 



►ample grids, which ha 

In the boxes indicated 
you cannot get all of y 
to a box. 



Gail Angiel 

Arlene Blumenthal 

Miriam FrieJnaot^g^ ^^ ^^ ^^ 

Denah J\emeth 

Esther Schneps 

Sheila Singer 



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circle above all blank boxes. 

Copy your identification nurr ■ 
your identification nurr 

Blacken the small circi 
zeros are treated as numbers. 



nich corresponds to the letter in the box at the bettor 
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Freshman 

We were shocked out of eight years of stupor 
. . expected building . . . found Central . . . 
Where's the gym? . . . Where's the auditorium? 
. Where's the Principal? . . . First period. . . . 
Kamher's first oration. ... Put your name where 
it says official class in the right hand corner of 
the upper half of the lower right hand section 
of the red side of the card which has the httle 
ntmibers. ... I said your Hebrew name ^ not your 
English classl . . . There's always one in a class . . . 
. . . second period . . . English . . . Room 26. 
. . . Watch out for the swinging doors. . . . 
What door? door? door? door? . . . Mrs. Hal- 
pern, can 1 please get the mail . . . huh, please, 
please? Stroll to post office. . . . Stroll to Church 
Ave. . . . Run to T.A. oops! . . . First snow. 
. Rivkah and Janet caught white-handed . . . 
Introduction to Charlie. . . . Does your mother 
let you stand near open windows? . . . Speaketh 
Blech, prophetess of political affairs. . . . Kennedy 
buttons, bows, and photos. . . . Swoon! He s 
cute. . . . April Fools -- change of rooms — tongue- 
in-cheeks Kamber fools us . . . and teaches! . . . 
Rubel: What is the difference between men and 
women? Why Rabbi! We thought you knew! 
But Dr. Lichtenstein why didn't this scrap- 
book get 100 .. . it did last year . . . New 
insight into world geography -- "Reason for the 
population explosion in India is the lack of T.V. 
sets." . . . Blech gets engaged. . . . Blech gets 
married. . . . Cowen listens to the radio! 

First day — after bloody battle among upper- 
classman we are affectionately adopted as some- 
one's Vl credit ice-cream sandwich. 



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Cockroaches eye us with a look of suspicion — 
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Remember the intimate little red notations on 
all homeworks returned from Senor— "You had 
97 mistakes in this assignment try to do better 
next time. 

Roll Call 

Joseph Alden, Bernard Blackstone. . . . Senor. 
excuse me Senor, but is that the right roll book? 

Quite right m'dear pardon me. Mademoiselle 
Aufrichtig, Mademoiselle Blumenthal. . . . 



Sl>';\;„,.A. „^ can see 




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Quotable quotes. . . . Mr. Kussin "I wear 
glasses because I have pupil trouble. 



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And who said this? 

"So speaking about churches Lehadlik' I al- 
ways daven with Kabalah." 



Sophomore 

At 1 1 o'clock we will rise, salute the flag and 
then march out of the room. . . . But Mrs. 
Jacobson aren't you patriotic? . . . Where is Doris 
Cohen? . . . perpetual absentee . . . it's a reflex 
... a habit . . . no, a fad . . . "What is this, 
an exodus?" . . . Mr. Weinstein hits the jackpot, 
the immortals ' are his for a term. . . . Epstein 
edges closer to Tzippy. . . . Tzippy edges closer to 
the blackboard. . . . Alper asks — "What is the 
sum of XX plus xy?" . . . Quick reply — a malel 
. . . Dr. Lewin walks in — quick what Pasok? — 
Perek? — I don't even know what ChumashI . . . 
Teacher teaches one subject. . . . Erasmus stu- 
dents teach another . . . we strain our necks watch- 
ing while they strain theirs. . . . Straight-faced Fai- 
gie convinces Senor that she ^vas writing answers 
on that small sheet of paper during the test to 
check them at home. . . . resourceful — huh I . . . 
Harriet starts her hfe as a yo-yo . . .AB . . . BA . . . 
AB . . . We get personahzed microscopes with 
our very own stickers! ... "I see it! — hey look 
I found it!! — It's in focus ^ the gamma globulin 
globules" ~-' that's your finger stupid! . . . And 
amidst the soft strains of the Swanlake Nutcracker 
Suite opus 79. Mr. Grossman's voice — "Will 
someone get her smelly lunch out of this 
classroom!" . . . But Mrs. Green I only cut my 
finger, must she bandage my mbrmfoof. . . . 
' Fuchees" tries hard but all she encounters are 
paper eyeballs. . . . Bowhng, Bowhng, No 
Nancy — you can't follow the ball dovwi the 
alley. ... 



51 



•saiSuB JO s^oBSbui o^ sjaiaj ^- aprqogBJ/^ 



Junior 

Annenberg: The mad bomber. . . . Don't worry 
in case of fire — plenty of ^vater in snovver rooms 
downstairs. . . . Annenberg leaves. . . . Annie's 
classes have to wait for biology. . . . First big 
test. . . . merit. . . . more to come. . . . Place 
papers on the desk so that the left corner is facing 
toward Mecca and the paper is parallel to your 
nose. . . . When I say begin begin. Begin. . . . 
We learn Mishpatim — If an ox gores Simon and 
Reuben gets in the way ^- and the ox gores him 
instead ^ Does the "Eved Ivri " have to pay 
'keren' and "chomesh'? . . . A" class starts 
■weekly visits to Dr. Lewin's office. . . . Was that 
a cat in Weinstein's class? . . . Spin tells averages 
— ' "But I can't be 87th there are only 86 girls in 
the class". . . . But Aviva — & 24 hour virus every 
seven days? . . . School elections — Etta ^vins. . . . 
Blame it on the Bossa Nova (Shall we dance?) 
. . . Overheard in a boring dinim class Hey this 
Shulchan Aruch is interesting!" (But the class is 
learning Dinay Chanukah) . . . . Central lunch- 
room (Huh!) becomes automated. Don't give me 
a sandwich mom — I can buy blueberry pie and 
cream of mushroom soup in school! . . . Jewish 
History and Rabbi Rosenmund goes Zero Zany.... 
"Hey, Kendy you just got a zero" ^ 'But I wasn't 
even in the classroom — Now that s a dumb ex- 











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excuse 

The Regents test us in two languages: French 
and Spanish. We pass with a third— sign! 

Toby becomes our pretty plaster poster paster- 
school blossoms forth in "Ma'amarim," "Pitga- 
mim. " AK's, and well placed signs .... 
"Va'yigash, " "Va'yeshev, " "Va'yaitzay.' 

We learn Chumash with Parush "Ramab, " 
(Rabbi Moshe Berenhotz) and Dinim with math- 
ematical equations. 

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: n^iK'n '73 I'^n mitt' ;'7i7 

1 ) Wnen I was in the army . . . 

2) Maaah? 

3) Excuse me, have you seen Miss Bratman? 

4) Shaddup! and pray to the old man upstairs. 

5) I feel nushusi 

6) Beetee Bva hkasha 

7) "Vaiter, Vaiter . . . " 

8) You are very lucky to have a teacher hke me. 

9) I will not continue until all the pieces of paper are picked up. 
10) Let s make a deal! 




ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS. 

1) Complete this progression. 
14, 25, 34, 42, 50. 

2) During the present war ho\v are periscopes utilizea? 



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Dnnms"? i3mx o'wa map na ...nrtt^sin nim 
mm ny pnpT...ir3s "jy ■^snoai '7-113:0 'ju? a^a-npn 
,na''y: nnsn — ri"? t't oy s'l: . . . "nn tij-i 'nsv i'7sj:it 
lams ...■'na ,'ra . . . ij:ii:7''73 nma s*? sin "rax 'rp yispan 
nx''S' riT na . . . nxsv nnan 'ro . . . n'7n:\ n'-j-'O nnsu;a pT 
. . . T'Diy ay u'j'o . . . ? nio d' ht na — naia Kin ... ? ansa 
'7Xtt'''? "ras — nvw •''?a naana nu;ya nyi'? — •I'.ni 'yat:? 
yspa'7 oyD im p'a''? it . . ! niox ! rn'ru/i oon — m'rsu? 
n''?i:?n'' na^; naap na nxn . . . 'ranoa r'ly naap la . . . u^a' 
n'i:?npn . . . ip-'n'? pai: Tiy laitr'? -n^nja — ? an lar niya 
-laia lasin na . . . lasin na': maia nnan . . . D^'O'inpa ma 
la'rns .lira: nan I'ny . . . nna"? nana pi"? i""' • • • n"? nn"? 
. . . i:':s'7 npin y'rinana an bw Domsan 'rmjxn . . . la'sn 
i:n . . . n ,n ,n ? 'jn ? nnina ivx ini: 'a . . . nya'j ,nya'i 
. . . D"''7''att'an "jy nnana "a'''7''aDan/, . . . pnm an'? 'n' 'sn 
. . . "r\ow Ton// . . . n'jtt^n nyii?a naiii'xnn nyiz?a iisn D'?"iy 
■73^ an . . . "D'i'iiyxnn T-u^ya mar., — nai^z/n 'rya'? nasn ■?« 
. . . "mpn 'nn 'rx D'ry;'7a'7i„ . . . na'?'? "'?nnu;a// i'?ir in naisa 
n'?'?aaa n:an ''?a "'?'?ia//a i3'''?ya oins: t-n ,pnm an '?ax... 
nras ^a^ nax naainn an x'?n , (i2'''7y k'? ,m'7tt^i on) 
,nDia ,nnain . . , ? nssxxa . . . nD'ona'^ix ma'"? ■''?a onsrin'? 
. . . mm ypv'^ mnm pnm apyi 
■>. nwnp D'''?aDa n'?3 — n^"?^ on ,n'':ii' on ,nnx nxn . . . 
nrii' inii'x dtu yna ,n3ajnn an . . . a"an u?ins 'd'? ? naxa 
— vainsi pt'? n"n nanai ^nsn'sa Q-'im: la — ?iau;a 

! ! "snu nnjaa n'?iyn// 




VVtvo-^ 



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^ebve^ 



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but- 




Katnber: Who put the signs all over the walls? 
Elaine: That little old wine-maker me. 



Dear Mrs. Halpern, 

Please e.xcuse the absence of my daughter as 

the Doil on her ingrown toenail burst when she 

fell out of bed while recuperating from her 24 

hour virus. 

Sincerely, 

Mrs. Ima Fibber 



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Mr. Lapidus: I like when my students disagree 
with me. . . . I'm sorry, but you are wrong 
Miss Miller. . . . 




Chicken Flickin' 



Ly SKira Keller 

Ho^v does one prepare a io\vI, 
(That chicken lying on the towel), 
Along rehgious Jewish hnes, 
That one may eat it when he dines? 

The room is stre\\Ti ^vith lungs ana nvers; 
Girls are stricken \%T[th the shivers. 
All the chickens lying open; 
Facing heaven, hmbs unbroken. 

Dr. Jofen, help me first! 
The food bag here is about to burst. 
The gall is spilling, now it s green. 
Come and help remove the spleen. 

I am slowly getting nauseous. 
But still I must be ver>' cautious 
Not to render chickens traif, 
Not to stop until it s safe. 

The smell is penetrating no\v. 
Imagine if it were a cow 
We had to clean and kosher here. 
I'd chuck the thing at once, I fear. 




Qi 




is 



Senior 

We made itl We done it! 8, 7, 6, 5. 4, 3, 2. 1 
^ oopsi . . . There went the Physics class — what 
Physics class? . . . Law of Gravity. . . . "As two 
bodies come closer together their mutual attraction 
is increased .... Hey. didn t we learn that in 
Jorfen s? . . . Dating to divorce in 10 easy lessons. 
. . . Stern lectures. . . "Despite persistent rumors, 
it is not true that an engagement ring is a neces- 
sary prerequisite for a degree — (a \vatch, pin 
or engraved charm is sufficient!) . . . Graduation 
pictures come — we look sick. . . . Scholarship 
results come — - we look sicker. . . . Dardac starts 
campaigning. . . . Stamp out Farm Foods! . . . 
Stamp out Bermuda shorts! . . . Stamp out coed 
camps! . . . Stamp out hotels! . . . Teachers be- 
come friendly. . . . Rabbi Sodden becomes Rabbi 
Doctor Sodden and even friendlier. . . . Don't 
^vorr^' Rabbi Rosemund you can go through 4 
years in T. I. without seeing us. . . . New course 
P.A. D. . . . No, Hoffman is not a problem in 
American Democracy! . . . Mazel Tov! . . . Hor- 
tense Guggenheim engaged to Mendel Plopnick! 

. . . Mid-morning snacktime in Linick's class 

Choir practice in Rosie's. . . . "And now, let us 
pray — Room resers-ed in sanitarium for Susie. 
. . . Gold and Charlie in "The Hide-away ". . . . 
Smile, You're on Candid Camera. . . Dolly and 
Joyce collect pictures. . . . Preparation for mar- 
riage. . . . We're all A-i, O.K., certified chicken 
flickers. . . . Do you prefer Danish flatware or 
Baroque Stainless? . . . Harriet Lippman is leading 
a "charmed ' life. . . . College Boards and what 
nerve! . . . They want us to tell them the right 
answers — for what we pay for these things, they 
should know the answers! . . . Regents, finals who 
cares. . . . Graduation who cares? 

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Biography of a Senior 

by Suzanne Cooper 

A senior means sentimentality, nostalgia — ' my last midterm, my last book 
card, my last regents. 

Senior means a new relationship with teachers. We discover they re people 
with families, problem.s and joys. They realize the same about us. We meet on 
new terms . . . build stronger relationships. 

Senior means hour long debates with Charlie; funny, infuriating, frustrating 
'— but oh so fascinating. It means listening to Rabbi Dardac; being stirred, aroused 
'—' whether in approval or disapproval. 

A senior is Dr. Jofen's class '— all ears glued ^- listening, absorbing, question- 
ing and sometimes fearing. It's cleaning a chicken, laughing and kidding yet 
inwardly feeling — "Look at me, I'm a Balabustal' 

It's taking Gemorah even if Hoffman does teach it and feeling enveloped, 
baffled but utterly enchanted by its complexity and depth. 

Senior means lockers that are never locked. It's when homework is something 
one girl does and twenty eight girls copy. It's when scholarships bring ecstatic joy 
and an 86.98 average brings heartbreak. 

It means proctoring Central Entrance Ilxams with pride— Look at me — 
I've done it. " It means being a world apart from freshmen no matter how friendly 
you are. 

A senior means walking past T.A. with your hair a mess, waving to the 
boys and not caring. It's when if you watch "Saturday Night at the Movies, " you 
don t admit it. 

Being a senior is that day at the end of February when the sunshine pours 
in and you get deliriously drunk on a breeze. A senior is spring. A senior 
is restlessness. Who wants to take notes or do reports? "Never, Never Land ' 
becomes not a mere fantasy but a desire. "I don't want to grow up." 

Being a senior is hever going home. It's wandering around the building while 
Adrian or Miguel yells "Out, Out" looking at the empty halls and walls and 
seats and remembering. 

A senior is school spirit revitalized. It's dancing at the Chanukah Chagiga, 
singing in Classes, feeling "we belong. " 

It means discovery — "Hey you know she's a good kid!" Enemies turn into 
friends — - friends into sisters. "This senior class is great." 

A senior is when you stop being a Bais Yaakov girl, Shulamith girl. Crown 
Heights girl and suddenly you become a Central girl. French class. Spanish class, 
ABC class, all become one unity, intimacy, confidence — bonds that won t easily 
break — - bonds that will ever join the Senior class of 63. 



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General Organization 






Fina Landgarten 
Secretory 



Etta Gertz 
President 



Harriet Lanier 
Vice-President 




Kendy Plotzker 
Treasurer 




Top row, 1. to r.: R. Perelstein, T. Cliajmovic. R. Sirote.J. Susser. N. Schlossterg. M. Brafman. Middle 
row: C. Gordon. T. Kaplowitz. P. Klaristenteld, M. Klingberg, B. Sharfman. J. Kanotopsky, J, Herman. 
L. Weinberg. Bottom row: S. Want. L. Kaminetsky. S. Hilsenrad. Z. Cement. 



Whetner planning assemblies, arranging chagigas, or just 
carrying out the day to day details of running a school such as 
putting up Dathroom doors and cleaning lunch tables, our G.O. 
this year, thanks to the blood, sweat, and tears of Etta Gertz and 
her co-officers, has done an outstanding job. 



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Miss Zeva Epstein 
Faculty Advisor 





September. 1962- June, 1963 



YESHIVA UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL 

Brooklyn 26, N. Y. 



Vol. XIV 




'63 Flame 
Staff Appointed 

THE FLAME 
Published by YUHSG 

Rabbi CKarles Friedman — English Principal 

Dr. Isaac Lewin ^^ Hebrew Principal 

Mr. Samuel Levine — Director 

Mrs. Adelman — Advisor 

Eleanor Feiner - Editor-in-Cfiief 

Tzippy Kanotopsky .....Associate Edilor 

Juditb CKiil tjlerory Edilor 

Aviva Leiter * Feature Editor 

Helen Potocki 

Toby Safran - -.... Copy Editor 

Ellen Goldberg Typing Edilor 

Judy SKmidman Jirt Editor 

Sally Alter Sports Editor 

Riti Rozman ».... Photography Editor 

Judy Susser 

Natalie Miller - Business Managers 



Top row, 1. to r. : E. Goldberg, H. Potocki, R. Sirote. J. Susser. A. Kastner. Second row: R. Newman, 
S. Alter, T. Safran, A. Pam, R, Rozman, M. Rappaport. Third row: J. Chill, P. Krumbein, E, Feiner, 
Z. Kanotopsky, H. Lippman. Bottom row: A. Leiter, M. Fastag, J. Shmidman. 



The Flame, tne newspaper of Y.U.H.S.G.B. 
is published four times a year give or take an 
issue. In addition to reporting school events, 
student activities and gossip, the Flame brings to 
the students' attention items of interest pertaining 
to the Jewish community. 

This year the newspaper has been under the 
leadership of Eleanor Feiner, editor, and Tzi- 
porah Kanotopsky, assistant editor. These girls 
have worked unceasingly, disorganizedly, and 
with a maximum number of visits to the printer, 
and have succeeded in publishing some fine 
issues. 



The Lapid, the Hebrew newspaper, is issued 
less frequently than its Enghsh counterpart be- 
cause of student apathy. Those students who do 
read it, find the articles, features, and poems 
extremely enjoyable. This year Peninah Krum- 
bein, the editor and one man staff, has worked 
untiringly to arouse greater student interest in 
the Lapid. 

Both the Hebrew and English staffs have been 
immeasurably aided by Rabbi Eli Rosenmund 
and Mrs. Eva Adelman, the respective faculty 
advisors. 

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J^&^^ 




Jean Feit 

Typing Editor 



Elaine Rubin 
Typing EJitor 



Joyce Singer 

Photography Editor 



Gail Angiel 
Art Editor 




AND] 



Rabbi Eli Rosenmund 
Hebrew Advisor 



Mr. Robert Bassel 
English Advisor 



Betty Zakbeim 
Art Editor 





Dolly Scbnall 

Photography Editor 



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Junior Varsity 



Top row, I. to r.: M. Bruch. T. Weitz, 
G. MIynarski. J. Chill. J. Feit. C. Tepler. 
Second row: G. Herskovics, F. Trenclier, 
R. Groyer. D. Goldberg. S. Barenlioltz. 
Bottom row: R. Weinberger. B. Kopf. 
C. Feinman, L. Goldstein. 



Leader: Beverly Kopf 




The debating team gives its members tbe opportunity to express their views, 
while gaining experience in public speaking. This year, under the management 
of Ruth Newman. T.G.* this opportunity was extended to the student body in 
the form of inter-class debates. The regular debating team has held three inter- 
mural debates with other Yeshivoth this year. The following topics were debated: 
Resolved: The Federal Government subsidize the arts. 

The U.S. join the Common Market. 

More stringent anti-strike laws be enacted. 



Resolved 
Resolved 



The team compiled a good record which just goes to prove that if you let a 
woman talk, she can do a good job. 



*The Great. 







Hebrew Debating 



Top row. 1. to r. : M. Schechter, F. RaLi- 
nowitz. H. Fogel. Middle row: B. Pamess. 
G. Herskovics. D. Krakowsky, R. Rabi- 
nowitz. Bottom row: L. Trencher, F. 
Hoenig. 



Leader: Fredda Hoenig 



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English Debating 




Manager: Rutt Ne«-man *T.G. 



Top row. I. to r.: S. Cooper. S. Oratz. T. Kanotopsky. .\. Leiter. F. Caller. G. Kalter. Middle row: 
S. Weinstein, A. Gold, D. Yutkowitz, M. Rappaport, H. Lippman. J. Platnict, E. Kreiser, Y. Stem 
B. Kopf. M ScLaefer. Bottom row: M. KrumLein, A. ReicL, R. Newman, R. Reich. 



*TIie Great. 







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Top row, I. to r. : F. Rabinowitz, T. Weitz. R. Sirote. P. Kramtein. S. Klein. S. Cooper. Second row: 
N. Book. A. Kastner, A. Leiter, H. AufricKtig. T. Kanotopsky. D. Schnali. P. Resnick. D. Nemeth. 
F. Hoenig. J. Susser, Third row: T. Safran, T. Ckajmovic, S. Keller, Vice-President; H. Lippman, Presi- 
dent: A. Blumcntlial. R. Dershowitz. Fourth row: Y. Stern. F. Landgarten, K. Plotzker E, Gertz, 
L. Weinterg, G. Angiel. Rabbi Yaakov Dardac. faculty advisor. 
Not shown: Harriet Lanier A. Hamm, R. Newman, J. Shmidman, J. Singer, F, RoseiJbaum. 



Arista 



The Segulah chapter of the 
National Honor Society 
serves to give recognition 
to those girls who have 
shown excellence in schol- 
arship, character, and serv- 
ice to the school. Some of 
Arista's functions consist of 
leading the classes in dav- 
ening and arranging tutor- 
ing services for students. 

Serving as faculty ad- 
visor is Rabbi Yaakov Dar- 
dac, ■who has strived in- 
creasingly to make Arista 
girls aware of their respon- 
sibilities as Jewish women. 



School Service 
Society 



Their song is "Keep to 
the right." Their aim is to 
keep traffic flowing smooth- 
ly in the halls and on the 
staircases. Under the lead- 
ership of Judy Werner, our 
service society has com- 
petently handled a^ tough 
job. 



(1 f! ^ f^ f^ ^ 




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Top row. I. to r. : T. Weitz, E. Berg. G. Mlynarski, E. Grossman. P. Resnick. R. Rozman. Second row: 

C. Feinman, D. Krakowsky, T. Chajmovic, V. Leichtschein. R. Newman. S. Pollack. C. Tepler. T. Stein. 

D. Schnali. A. Kastner, R. Kalter, F. Galler. R. Greyer. A. Gold. Third row: G. Jutkowitz. J. Singer. 
B. Kopf. E. Rosenbaum. J, Werner - leader. E. Gertz, F. Hoenig. Fourth row: E. Zollman, Kv Plotzker. 
B. Sharfman. L. Weinberg, S. Hilsenrad, E. Gordon, J. Herman, S. Solomon. 

Mr. Harold Raab. Faculty Advisor 



n ■■'1 3D 



Mr. Alvin Kamber, Lihrarian 

Left quietly alone for most of 
the term, the Hebrew hbrary 
hums with activity when book 
reports are assigned. Mr. Alvin 
Kamber, initiator of the Kamber 
Kard Katalogue, has been of 
great assistance in finding He- 
brew books for every student 
consisting of a hundred pages, 
big dots. 





CO-OP 



Managers: A. BIumentKal, E. Berg. 



English Library 



Mr. Robert Basse!. Lihrarian 

Contrary to popular opinion, 
tKe English library does allow 
students to withdraw hooks. The 
hhrary has continued to expand 
its facihties this year with the 
acquisition of 500 new volumes 
of both fiction and non-fiction 
works. Mr. Robert Bassel is to 
be credited for its efficient or- 
ganization. 




BOOKROOM 

Mr. Alvin Kamter, Faculty AJpisor 
Norma Book, Manager 




Handicrafts 




ARTS AND CRAFTS 

Leaders: Rosalyn Elbogen 
Helene Gewirtz 




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YARMULKA 

Leader: Lynn Goldstein 



"Stuck Stitch, Sntch 

With Bngers weary ana worn, 
With eyehds heavy and red 





SEWING 

Leaders; Malkie Brafman. Susan Cha 




KNTTTING 

•Leaders: Sylvia Solomon 
Marilyn Sckecter 




RECORDS 

Leaders: Goldie Kalter 

Jeanie Tennenbaum 



CHOIR 

Leader: Hinda AutricKtig 




Learning new songs, harmonizing on tlie old favorites, or performing at the 
Chanulia Chagiga, the choir under the bouncy direction of Hinda Aufrichtig, was 
one of the most popular and successful groups this year. 



Music, Music, Music, 
Listened to or played, 
Sung to or danced to, 
A moving spirit in Central life. 




CHALIL 

Leaders: HaJassah ScKaer 
Miriam Reiser 




HEBREW DANCING 

LeoJers; Ruchie Gittler •' 

Esther Sckneps 




CALISTHENICS 




HOSPITAL VOLUNTEERS 

Leader: Estber Scnnepps 



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Top row, I. to r.: W. Miller. E. Gordon. H. Berg. A. Schwartz. Middle row: T. Plotzker. 
E. Mezei. B. Singer, L. Wilen. Bottom row: O. Levy. O. Sckneps. D. Feinman. 



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DucDn nojig 



Mr. Alvin Kamter, AJpisor 




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FRENCH 

Mr. Maxuice MasKal, Advisor 




f% 



fi^fh B ^ p^ 




DR.\MATICS 



Leaders : YaBa Bactrack and Renee ReicL 

Adele ReicK and Miriam Rappaport 



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JOURNALISM 

Leader: Eleanor Feinei 




C. Feinman, E. Kreiser, J. Hook, J. Plalnidc. A. Brenner, V. Lichtschein, Capl. Lena Trencher. 



Boosters 

Leaders: Cookie Gordon, Esther Rosenbaum 



Cheering 



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Top row I. to r. : K. Frant, N. Roth, E. Grossman. E. Gerber. S. ScKaer, C. Rozman. Second row 
I. to r.: E. Pretter. N. Stein, S. Alter, O. Resnick. R. Werner. E. Levine. D. Rutin. 



Squad 



Basketball 

Sally Alter, Captain 

Penny Resnick, Athletic Manager 




V. Leitowitz, E. Ratinowitz, J. Majerowitz, M. Feinman, R. Weinterger. E. Markowitz, Capt. Beverly Kopf. 



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BOWLING 

Captain: Riki R 



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Back row, I. to r.: R. Rozman, D. Coken. Mid- 
dle row: H. Rosenman, A. Pam, J. Feit. Front 
row, 1. to r. V. Licktsckein. B. Skarfman, E. 
Goldberg, M. Brafman, B. Langert. 



WhetKer merrily disrupting classes with announcements and 
attendance slips, doing clerical work, or fouling up the s\vitch- 
board, the girls on the office squad have done a fine job in light- 
ening the work of Mrs. Jeanette Halpem, the school secretary. 
(w^ho is kept busy giving out unexcused admits.) 





Office Squad 

Secretory: Mrs. Jeanette Helper 



I. to r. : A. Hamm, C. Weisberg. J. Gelman, 
D. Scknall. S. Singer. 



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CHAGIGAS 




Mrs. McThing 




"I'm not just 
gonna stand 
there sayin' 
I'm gonna cry, 
I'm gonna cry. 
Boo Hoo! ' 



CAST 

Mrs. Lame - - - - - - Natalie Miller 

Canie -.... — Kendy Plotzlcer 

Syhil .....i - ...Doris Yutkowitz 

Maude Loomis ^ - Beverly Kopf 

Grace Loomis Helen Potocki 

Ecro Loomis *...- ^ ^■■- Denat Nemetli 

Nelson ......Rochelle Dershowitz 

Howay ,....*.... ■■..* -.■■- Tzippy Kanotopsky 

Mimi .'. " Ruth Newman 

Ellsworth i....^....i....-....^ ......Aviva Leiter 

Virgil Vera Mezei 

Stinker ^ ......Fredda Hoenig 

Dirty Joe .....Miriam Rappaport 

Poison Eddie ......i ^ - ^■■■-■- ...Henie Lippman 

Mrs. Schellenhach Nattalie Schlossberg 

Poficeman ^.-.^ i.j\rlene Blumentkal 

Mrs. McThing .Eileen Blackman 

Directed ty Hindo Aufrichtig 



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CAST 

Mr. Franfe . . . Natalie Miller 

Miep .. -. Lynn Goldstein 

Mr. Vaan Dan Harriet Russ 

Mrs. Vaan Dan _ ._.-_. --__ Cma Feinman 

Peter Vaan Dan . . - ... HmcJa Aufrichtig 

Mrs. Franfc - Sheila Singer 

Anne Prank Llaine Rutin 

Margot - Edna Kreiser 

Dussel Nattalie Scklossterg 

Mr. Kraler - - Joan Platnick 

Directed Ly Ruth Newman 



Diary Of Anne Frank 





"All right Mrs. Quack 
Quackll" 



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Rubiasts 



Congratulations 

to 

The Graduating Class of '63 

from 

THE GENERAL ORGANIZATION 



ETTA GERTZ President 

HARRIET LANTER Vice-President 

FINA LANDGARTEN Secretary 

KENDY PLOTZKER Treasurer 



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To Our Pace-Set+er 

SUZANNE 

May you continue fulfilling our dreams of fhe future 
as you have succeeded in the past 

From Your Admiring Family 

FATHER AND MOTHER 
Harassed Little Sister and Brother MALKA & AVRAHAM 
Your Great-Grandmother SHAYNA CHASHA COOPER 

Your Grandparents 

SIMON & CLARA JACOBSON 

JOSEPH MICHAEL & GUSSIE COOPER 

Your Great-Uncle and Great-Aunt 
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Your Family of Uncles and Aunts 

RABBI & MRS. ALFRED BRONFIN and Family 

MR. & MRS. ISAAC SAMUEL COOPER and Family 

RABBI & MRS. LOUIS COOPER and Son 
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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes +o Our 

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ABA and EMA 

MOISHE. DEBBIE. SHLOMO 

ZAIDE and BOBIE SOCHACZEWSKY 

MR. & MRS. M. KLING 

MR. & MRS. A. WEISER 

MR. & MRS. STEIN 

MR. & MRS. S. LEVINE 

MR. & MRS. N. TANNENBAUM 

MR. SLAVIN & SONS 

TREADEASY SHOE STORE 
at Church and Utica, Brooklyn 3, N. Y. 

RABBI & MRS. Y. TAUB and Family 

MR. & MRS. M. SOSKIN and Family 

RABBI & MRS. P. SOCHACZEWSKY and Family 

RABBI & MRS. CH. SOCHACZEWSKY and Family 

MR. & MRS. M. GREENBERG and Family 

RABBI & MRS. M. RENNERT and Family 



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Congra+ula+ions and Best Wishes in All Your Future Endeavors 

to 

CAILA 

From Your Admiring Family 

MOM. DAD. JOEL and GERALD 

• 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 

from 

SEMEL & SON 
BOULEVARD STEEL COMPANY 

ASSOCIATED WRECKERS 

• 

Compliments of B. D. JAFFE 

from 

180 PROSPECT STREET ASSOCIATES 
HARRISON GARDENS, INC. 

MOR BEN COMPANY 



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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes for Future Happiness and Success 

to 

DOLLY SCHNALL 

from 

MOM and DAD 

SIMI and PAUL 

GRANDPA REH and TANTE MALI 

UNCLE AARON and AUNT LIESEL 

DIANA and MOLLIS 
UNCLE ADOLF and AUNT ROSIE 

BEATRICE 

UNCLE MAX and AUNT HELLA 

INGRID and LINDA 

MR. and MRS. W. SHERMAN 

CAL RYBAK 

CHATAM CLOTHES 

GOLDSTYLE NOVELTIES. Ladies Handbags. 56 Canal Street 
HY BRANDOFF. 468 Albany Avenue 



IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY NEPHEW 

Joshua Howard Singer H '' p 



May You Have Continuous and Lasting Mazol 

JOYCE 

Love 

MOM and DAD 
PHYLLIS and MASHALOM 
HELEN. ARNIE and NACHUM 
BOBIE and ZAIDIE 
UNCLE HARRY 

AUNT LIZZY and Family 

AUNT SARAH. UNCLE MOISHE and Family 
AUNT ROZZY. UNCLE MOISHE and Family 
MRS. D.ZELIG and Family 
• 

UNCLE ARTHUR and Family 
DAVID. ESTHER and Family 

AUNT MARGARET. UNCLE MAX and Family 
AUNT MOLLY. UNCLE SAM and Family 
AUNT LILY. UNCLE HARRY and Family 

AUNT FRIEDA. UNCLE MORRIS and Family 
AUNT GLORIA. UNCLE JACK and Family 
AUNT ANN, UNCLE SAM and Family 



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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 
to 

AUDREY HAMM 

from 

MOTHER and FATHER 

SAUNDRA and SHERRY 

GRANDMA and GRANDPA 

UNCLE ALBERT and AUNT SYLVIA 

DR. SHATZ 

DR. MEYERS 

W. R. RUSSELL AND COMPANY 

IRVING'S SHOES 

BUSHWICK PRESS 

LIDO PRESS 



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Mazel Toy to Our Sweet Wonderful 



SHAYNDEE 



rrom 



MOMMY. SOL and SHELDON 

AUNT ROZZIE 

AUNT ESTHER. UNCLE LEO, MOISHE. SHAYNDEE & HONEY 

AUNT GOLDIE. UNCLE HERMAN and FREDDIE. 

AUNT EDITH, BARNEY. ITSCHE and SHLOIME. 

AUNT ESTHER. UNCLE ARTHUR. JACKIE and ITSCHE 

CHANI and CHARLES KOFMAN and Children 

NUSIA and IZZY KOFMAN and Children 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes for 
Future Happiness and Success to 

RIKI 

from 
Mom and Dad 

Sara Gail and Nicky 

Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Berris 
Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Berris 
Mrs. M. Berris 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Freundlich 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to 

RIVKA 

On Her Graduation 

MR. & MRS. SAUL FRIEDMAN 
MOISHE and YOSSIE 



Sabel and Sander 

Grossman Dairy 

Phyllis Candy Store 

Melnick's Candy Store 

Meller and Meiier 



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Our Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

JEANIE 

from 
MOM & DAD 

BRENDA 

GRANDPA NUSSBAUM 

GRANDPA FEIT 

MR. & MRS. J. NUSSBAUM and Family 

MR. & MRS. L NUSSBAUM and Family 

MR. & MRS. S. REICH and Sons 

MRS. A. HELLER and Son 

MR. & MRS. H. SCHUSS and Sons 

MR. & MRS. E. RISS and Sons 

MR. & MRS. I. FEIT and Sons 

MR. & MRS. I. FEIT and Daughter 

MR. & MRS. J. FEIT and Family 

MR. & MRS. D. FEIT and Family 

MR. & MRS. E. FEIT and Sons 

Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

BARBARA 

Our Daughter and Sister 

Love 

MR. & MRS. ISIDORE LANGERT 

ROCHELLE, PERRY, MARTIN and SHARON 



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Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to Our 

LYNN 

MOM & BUBBY 

UNCLE BERELA, AUNT MIRIAM and Family 
UNCLE PAUL. AUNT SARAH, and Family 
UNCLE MOISHE, AUNT CONNIE and Family 
UNCLE CHOMIE. AUNT ESTHER and Family 
UNCLE BEN. AUNT GEHY and Family 
UNCLE ISRAEL. AUNT PEGGY and Family 
UNCLE ITZIE, AUNT ELLIE and Family 
UNCLE DAVID and AUNT NAOMI 
CARLEE CORPORATION 
CULVER TEXTILE 

To Our Daughter and Sister 

DEVRA 

Much Love On Her Graduation 
MOTHER. DAD and DAVID 



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Congratulations to 

JUDITH 

Rabbi and Mrs. Samuel J. Chill and Mitchell 
Dr. and Mrs. Bert Zauderer and Jay 
Mr. and Mrs. Mordecai Leiter 
Mauzone 

Hynnan Rosen 

Howard Garfield 

Howard Fuel Corp. 

Maze! Tov to 

Devra Cohen 

on Her Graduation 

Compliments of 
Sedgewick Foods Abraham Keyser 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

SUSAN LEVINE 

Sincerely . . . 

MOM and DAD 

The Grazianos 

Noel Philips 



In Loving Memory of My Father 

CLEMENT GORDON 

and My Grandparents 

MR. AND MRS. ABRAHAM WAXMAN 

from 
BARBARA GORDON 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

MOLLY KASSIN 

from 

THE YOUNG MAGEN DAVID, 2025 67 Street. Brooklyn. N. Y. 
Where every boy and girl is welcomed. Torah classes for all ages 
and at the Y.M.D. each new member begins life anew in a clean 
and wholesome atmosphere. Each and every member receives 
personal attention. One thing is for sure: when you open your 
heart to Y.M.D. G-d will open his heart to you . . . 

and 

KASSIN MFG. CO.. 147 W. 26 St.. N.Y.C. 

S. GOLDBERG 

RABBI & MRS. S. J. KASSIN 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to Our 

TOBY 

Mamma and Papa 21iggy, Lea. Barry and Lenny 

Paula Sharf Sinai Take Home Foods 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Seidenfeld and Norman 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes 
For Future Happiness and Success to 

ELLEN GOLDBERG 

from 

MOMMY & DADDY 
ROBBIE 
BUBBY GOLDBERG 
AUNT ANN & UNCLE LOU 
ISABEL 

AUNT HILDA & UNCLE PHIL 
BRUCE 
BILLIE 
JACKIE 

RUTH & BILL 
DR. COLISH 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 
To Our Daughter and Sister 

MALKIE 

Upon Her Graduation 

MR. and MRS. SOL BRAFMAN 
HARRY. BENJAMIN and SHEVY 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

NORMA BOOK 

Upon Her Graduation 

MAY HAPPINESS BE YOURS ALWAYS 

from 

MOM, DAD, GRANDMA and HENRY 

DR. & MRS. JOSEPH BOOK and EPHRAIM 

MR. & MRS. JACK BURK 

MR. & MRS. SOL JOCHNOVITZ 

MR. & MRS. HARRY PLUGATH 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE BECKERMAN 

MR. & MRS. SEYMOUR GOLDSTEIN 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES BICK 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 
For Future Happiness and Success to 

TOBA 

MOM and DAD GARY and JOCLYN 

GRANDPA and GRANDMA 

GARY, FREDA. ROCHELLE and DAVID WALTUCH 



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Congratulations and Mazel Tov to 

DORIS 

May G-d Be With You in All Your Endeavors 

from 

Mom, Dad, Lenny 

Mr. and Mrs. Schwartz 

Mr. and Mrs. Berko 

Mr. and Mrs. Gottesman 

Mr. and Mrs. Klein 

Traditional Food Caterers 
510 Brighton Beach Avenue 
TW 1-7954 

T & V Poultry Company 

Teamkin Fish Dealers 

TO OUR DEAR DAUGHTER AND SISTER 

DENAH 

Our Very Best Wishes Are With You on This Proud Day 

MOM AND DAD 

Debbie, Hershel and Family Rita, Chaim, and Family 

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Farber 

Jy's Shomer Shabat Bakery 

Brod & Goldshmid Butchers 



Shefa Hatzlacha, Mazal and Bracha, Orah and Simcha to 

Judith Shmidman 

Love 

Mother and Father Michael and Chanle 

Rabbi and Mrs. Isaac Shnnidman and Fanaily 

Dorothy Katzel Mr. and Mrs. A! Kevelson 

Mr. and Mrs. Abe Feldman 

Maze! Tov and Hatzlacha to 

Etta Gertz 

Love 
Aba, Enna, Ari and Chavi 



To 

Peninah 

On Her Graduation 
May You Aspire to Bigger and Better Things 

Mommie and Daddy, Malkie, Ely, Reuben Moshe, 
Baabie and Uncle Philip 

Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

Harriet Rhoda Lippman 

Upon Your Graduation 



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Mother, Sister and Brother The Feigenbaum Family 

Perilstein Glass Corporation H. Soloway 

Creative Arts Incorporation Rosner and Cohen 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes for the Future to 

Judi Susser 

With All Our Love 

Mom and Dad Bernard 

Aunt Esther and Uncle Harry Shirly and Richie and Son 

Eli Mr. and Mrs. H. Orent and Tzippy 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes for a 
Happy and Successful Future 

to 

Hinda 

Love 
Mom, Dad, Joseph and Abraham 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

Beverly 

Upon Her Graduation 

May All Your Dreams Be Realized 

With Love from 

MOM. DAD, BARRY and GRANDMA 
MR. & MRS. J. WALKER and Family 
MR. & MRS. J. KARASI and Family 

DR. A. ORLANDER 

THALL PLASTIC AND METAL. INC. 

NEWMAN & COHEN MEAT MARKET 

Best Wishes to 

Marlene 

Upon Her Graduation from 

DAD, MOTHER. ELKIE and MONA 

MR. & MRS. JOSEPH SEIGFRIED 

MR. & MRS. ISIDORE KATZ and Family 

MR. & MRS. HARRY DUBIN and Family 

MR & MRS. WILLIAM KATZ and Family 

MR. & MRS. KIMMEL and Family 

MR. & MRS. MILTON EHRENREICH 

MRS. ANNA EHRENREICH 

MR. & MRS. SOL WAGNER 



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Mazel Tov to Our Precious 



Shi 



ra 



Mom and Dad Hlndy and Debby 

Bubby and Zadle Danzig Bubby Keller 

Joe and Hannah Sokolow Moshe, Zippi, Nechama 



Hoping You Have A Successful Future 
to 

Helen 

Love 
Mom, Dad and Family 



103 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes for Continued Success to 



Shelly 



MOM, DAD and JAY 

MOISHE and ESTELLE DERSHOWITZ 

EDDIE'S FRUIT EXCHANGE ONEG POULTRY 

SCHWARTZ and SPERBER RUTH DERSHOWITZ 

GUSSIE DIENSTAG ASSOCIATED FOOD STORES 



Maze! Tov and Best Wishes to 

SANDIE 

With Love 

MOMMY and DADDY 

STEVE, FAGIE and MIRIAM 

KAREN and ARTIE 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to 



ESTHER SCHNEPS 

from 

HARTZ MOUNTAIN 
PET FOODS 



106 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

GAIL ANGIEL 

NAT SONNE 

Wholesale Veal and Lamb 

440 Bergen St. UL 7-0020 

Strictly Kosher 

Under the supervision of 

RABBI T. ANGIEL 



Congratulations to 

MIRIAM 

MR. & MRS. ABRAHAM KIRSCH 

MR. & MRS. REISS 

MR. & MRS. MAX GORDON 

MR. & MRS. GRUEBERGER 

MR. & MRS. ISSAC RICHTER 



Congratulations to Our 
Dear Daughter and Sister 

SUSAN 

Upon Her Graduation 

from 

MOM and DAD 
and ALLAN 



Best Wishes 
To 

RUTH 

With All Our Love, 

MOMMY and DADDY 
PAULA 



107 



Mazel Tov and 
Best Wishes to Our 

CHAYA 

MOM, DAD 
and ASHER 



Lots of Luck and 
Best Wishes to 

FAIGIE 
LANDGARTEN 

MR. GREIPER 



Congratulations and 

Best Wishes for a 

Successful Future to 

FAIGIE 

Love, 
MOM, DAD and ESTER 



Maze! Tov 
and Best Wishes 

On Your Graduation 

to 

NATALIE 

Love, 
MOM, DAD and ELLEN 



108 



Best Wishes to 

ELEANOR 

On Her Graduation 

MR. & MRS. JACOB FEINER 

and Lenny 
MR. & MRS. AZRIEL FEINER 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

TZIPORA 

RABBI & MRS. H. B. KANOTOPSKY 
Judy and Yosy 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

HARRIET RUSS 

With Love 
MOM, DAD and MORTIE 

Compliments of 

BOOKAZINE CO., INC. 

Wholesale Book Distributors 

43 East 10 Street, N.Y. 3, N. Y. 
LF 3-5600 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 

RITA SIROTE 

With Love 

MOM, BERT and AUN 

UNCLE MORRIS 

UNCLE BENNY & AUNT LILLIE 

UNCLE HARRY & AUNT TILLIE 

UNCLE IRVING & AUNT MARY 

UNCLE DON & AUNT RUTHIE 



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ROBERT 
SAUNDERS 

1624 CENTRE STREET 
Brooklyn 27, N. Y. 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to 

JANET 

from 

MOM and DAD 

SHARON and LINDA 

PRECISION DIAMOND CUTTER 

MEAL MART 

MOISHE CHOPP 

SCHECHTER FAMILY 



Maze! Tov and Best Wishes to 

DEVRA COHEN 

Upon Her Graduation 

Good Luck in the Future 

MR. & MRS. ABRAHAM KEYSER 
HARTFORD POULTRY CO., INC. 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 
Our Niece and Cousin 

MALKIE 

Upon Her Graduation 

MR. & MRS. MORRIS BRAFMAN 
and Mutty 

MR. & MRS. IRVING BRAFMAN 
and Mitchell 

DR. & MRS. SEYMOUR JOTKOWITZ 



AAazel Tov 
and Best Wishes to 

MERRY 

Upon Her Graduation 

MOMMY and DADDY 

STUIE and JUDAH 

GRANDMA SUSIE, GRANDMA MIREL 

UNCLE HENRY 

AUNT ESTHER and UNCLE JACK 

AUNT PEGGY and UNCLE HOWARD 

AUNT GERT and UNCLE JONAS 

AUNT SHIRLEY and UNCLE MIKE 

AUNT ANN and UNCLE MORT 

Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to Our 

JEANNIE 

Love, 

MOM and DAD 

MELECH 

DEBBY 

TZIR SCHLOMO 

MORDECHAI MENDEL 

BABOO 



Mazel Tov 
and Best Wishes 

To 

HANNA 

Upon Her Graduation 

Wishing You Much Luck 

and Success 

Love, 

MOM, DAD, MORTY and SUSAN 



To 

HELGA 

Upon Her Graduation 

With Love, 
THE MEZEI FAMILY 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

SANDRA OCHS 

MOM & DAD, DEBORAH & FERN ELLEN 

DANIEL SUKENICH 

ATLAS BROKERAGE CO. 

CALKA'S CLEANING STORE 

IRVING OCHS 

APPEL'S GROCERY 

JACK ROSSMAN 



Congratulations to 



BEVERLY KOPF 



MR. HARRY EPSTEIN 



Congratulations to 

GAIL TRAINER 

Upon Her Graduation 

LEO and AUGUSTA FELDMAN 

SEMEL and SONS 

DR. LEON REICH 

DR. ADOLF SCHONFELD 

STERN and ELBOGEN 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 
to 

HELEN 

With Love, 
MOM, DAD and STAN 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 



MIRIAM BRUCH 



MAKEWELL LEATHER GOODS 
COMMONWEALTH CONTAINER 



Congratulations to 

ARLENE 
BLUMENTHAL 

TIC TOC CLEANERS 

Where Cleaning Is An Art 

701 FLATBUSH AVENUE 
BU 7-3088 Brooklyn 25, N. Y. 



AAazel Tov and Best Wishes 
For Future Happiness and Success 

to 



ARLENE 
BLUMENTHAL 



THE FAMILY AND FRIENDS 



Mazel and Brocha to 

EILEEN 

With Love, 
MOTHER and DAD 



113 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 

ANITA 

Love, 

MOM and DAD 
MR. & MRS. LILINFAL 



In Loving Memory of 

GRANDPARENTS 

JACOB & HANNA WEIDENBAUM 

MAY THEY REST IN PEACE 



Congratulations to 



ARLENE 

Upon Her Graduation 

MOM and DAD 

BEN KOVAL 

MR. & MRS. WEINBERG 



To 

SALLY 

Wishing You Continued Success 

THE GOODMANS 
MR. & MRS. JULIUS BIENENFELD 



114 



Congratulations and 
Best Wishes to 

REBECCA 

MR. & MRS. GEORGE FRIEDMAN 
POKARTREISS FURRIERS 



Congratulations to 

MIRIAM 

J. K. MEAT COMPANY 

GOLDEN POULTRY CO. 

and FRIENDS 



Best Wishes to 

HENIE 

Love, 

MOM and DAD 
RIVKIE 
BENJY 
ZAIDIE 
CHAIM 



Congratulations to 

HARRIET 

Wishing You Success 
and Happiness 

FRIENDS and FAMILY 



"3 



Travel by Air— Sea— Tours— Cruises 

Broadway Travel & 
Resort Service 



1650 BROADWAY 



PI 7-8690 



Congratulations to 

Eva 

Love, 
MOM, DAD and ZINA 



Best Wishes to 

Rachel 

Love, 
MOM, DAD and the Family 

Best Wishes for a Successful Future 
to 



Denah 

MOM & DAD 



To 

Miriam 

Good Luck in All Your 
Future Endeavors 

RABBI GRUEBERG and Family 

Best Wishes to 

Ellen Roth 

MR. & MRS. CHARLES FYER 

Boro Fuel Oil Co. 

"Finest in Fuel Oil" 

2 CHURCH AVENUE 
Brooklyn 18, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

Capitol Fuel Oil 

1514 43 STREET 
Brooklyn 13, N. Y. 



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To 

Elaine Rubin 

S. & L. LUMBER 
RELIANCE CLEANERS 
COHEN PAINTS, INC. 



Congratulations and Best Wishes 



Leah 



MOM & DAD 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 



Rozi 



MOM, DAD, LILA and SHIMMY 



Constant Oil Corp. 

4119 18 AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Congratulations to 

Gail Trainer 

SEMEL & SON 

5013 13 Ave., Brooklyn 19, N. Y. 

Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

Rifkey 

Love, 

MOM and GITTY 

ESTHER, JOE and DAVID 

MARGARET and Family 

Kings Apple Corp. 

1610 CONEY ISLAND AVENUE 
Brooklyn 30, N. Y. 

To 

Shalhevet 

Congratulation On 
Your Graduation 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes to 
My Daughter 

Nattalie 

Upon Her Graduation 
MRS. SCHLOSSBERG 

Compliments of 

Abraham Philips 
& Sons 

44 EAST BROADWAY 
New York 2, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

Mr. Goldberg 
& Sons 

500 GRAND STREET 
New York 2, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

Master, Mancini, 
Stern, Inc. 

248-56 NO. TOth STREET 
Brooklyn 11, N. Y. 



To 

Marlene 

MR. DAVID GORDON 
NEWMAN PHARMACY 
BERMAN APPETIZING 
MR. & MRS. MOSTHER 
MR. & MRS. ANTMAN 
MR. & MRS. GELBARD 



Compliments of 



Joe and Ann 



Victory Cleaners 

5118 18 AVENUE 
Brooklyn 4, N. Y. 



Mazel Tov and Best Wishes to 
Our Daughter and Niece 

Elaine 

Upon Her Graduation 

MOM, DAD and Family 

UNCLE MAYER, AUNT FANNIE 

and Family 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes 
For a Bright and Successful Future 



To Our Daughter and Sister 


SHEILA 




Upon Her Graduation 


NECHAMA 






MOMMY, DADDY, 


With All Our Love, 


SUSAN, MILLIE, YANKIE 




MRS. PHILIP KLEIN 


ABA EMA 


MR. & MRS. BENJAMIN WINKER 


MOTTY SHIMMY 


CHARNA, YANKIE, CHIAM & IRA 


Mazel Tov 


Congratulations and Best Wishes 


and Best Wishes 


to 




HARRIET 


to 


Love 




MOM and DAD 


VERA 








Congratulations to 



from 

MOM, DAD, 
HARRY and GEORGE 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 



EILEEN and TOBY 

On Their Graduation 

JUDAH & BEVERLY KIRSCHBLUM 
MARK and STEVEN 



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In Loving Memory of 
My Dear Grandmother 

ANNA LEVY 

and Grandfather 

SIDNEY LIPPMAN 

HENIE LIPPMAN 



Congratulations to 

EILEEN 

and Her Fellow Graduates 

BLUMBERG SERVICE LEAGUE 

Maze! Tov to Our Darling Daughter 

GAIL 

MR. & MRS. OSCAR TRAINER 
and Family 

Congratulations to 

NATTALIE 

"SKANDIA" 

2244 FLATBUSH AVENUE 

"What You Eat Today 
Walks and Talks Tomorrow" 

Congratulations to 

NATTALIE 

QUILTED PRODUCTS, INC. 

861 MACON STREET 
HY 1-2400 Brooklyn 19, N . Y. 

Congratulations to 

LYNN 

Upon Her Graduation 
FROM A FRIEND 



Congratulations to 

AVIVA LEITER 

I. GOLDBERG & SONS 

Glatt Kosher Meat and Provisions 

500 GRAND STREET 
New York 2, N. Y. 

To Our Dear 

REBECCA 

Upon Her Graduation 

MOM, DAD and the Family 

Mazel Tov to 

ETTA GERTZ 

and all the graduates 

Mr. & Mrs. JOSEPH B. WEINSTEIN 

and Family 

Met Food Stores 

J. AUGENBRAUM'S FRUITS 
and VEGETABLES 

BRAVMAN & ROSE, BUTCHERS 

Congragulation to 

AUDREY 

HELEN'S BEAUTY SHOP 

520 KINGSTON AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mauzone Home Kosher Products 

427 KINGSTON AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



HY J. BRANDOFF 

468 ALBANY AVE., Cor. Empire Blvd. 

Serving Crown Heights 

for 37 Years 



Compliments of 

Mauzone Home Kosher Products, Inc. 

In Loving Memory of 

MY GRANDFATHERS 

Jack Dienstag and Louis Dershowitz 

MANHATTAN BOTTLING CORP. 

342 MANHATTAN AVENUE 
Brooklyn 11, N. Y. 

DR. MELVIN KAPUN 

Optometrist 

Eyes Examined - Contact Lenses 

515 BR. BEACH AVENUE 

PENN. COAL & OIL CO. 

1996 EAST 9th STREET 
Brooklyn 29, N. Y. 

To 

N A NC I 

Upon Her Graduation 
Mauzone 

Compliments of 

A FRIEND 



Congratulations to 

KENDY 

Francis, Evelyn, Manny and Elaine, 

Chanie and Betzalel, Shloimie, 

Civia, Marcia and Yechiel 

Congratulations from 
A FRIEND OF 

FAIGIE LANDGARTEN 

Compliments of 

DR. SIDNEY B. KATZ 

Optometrist 
4405 13 AVENUE Brooklyn, N. Y. 

H. Z. LEVINE 

4921 14 AVENUE 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

FELZENBERG BROS. ELECTRICAL 

130 MULBERRY STREET 
Newark, N. J. 

I. DELMAN 

Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry 
Expert Watch and Jewelry Repaii's 

5109 13 AVENUE 
GE 5-0486 Brooklyn 19, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

MR. & MRS. J. KRAUSHARR 

4824 16 AVENUE 
Brooklyn 4, N. Y. 



SILVERMAN'S MEAT AND POULTRY 

3209 QUENTIN ROAD 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

BARBARA GORDON 

ISRAEL MEAT MARKET 

I. & S. JERSEY EGG DELIVERERS 

HYERS RIDGE 
Toms River, N. J. 

(Congratulations to 

HARRIET 

MR. & MRS. JOE AARON 
Congratulations to 

HARRIET 

PODAIVER & STEIGMAN 

Congratulations and Best Wishes 
To Our Daughter and Sister 

LONA 

MOM, DAD, FRIEDA and SAMMY 

Mazel, Bracha, V'hatzlacha to 
Our Grandaughter 

FAIGIE LANDGARTEN 

To 

JEAN 

Upon Her Graduation 
MR. & MRS. GEDMAN and Family 

Congratulations to 

TOBY 

JUDAH KIRSHBLUM 



Congratulations to 

LEAH 

MR. and MRS. MOHL 



Compliments of 

MR. B. ZIVOTOF 



Compliments of 

RABBI SHLOMO B. GORDON 

Mazel Tov from 

NATHAN & HELEN KOHLER 

Compliments of a Friend of 

HELEN POTOCKI 

With Best Wishes on Her Graduation 
Good Luck 

RUTHIE 

DR. SIDNEY P. GOREWKOF 
Congratulations 

LONA 

I. and S. 
JERSEY EGG RECEIVERS, Inc. 

Compliments of 

VENUS HANDBAGS 

6 WEST 32nd STREET 
New York, N. Y. 



Bracha Vahatzlacha to 

BARBARA GORDON 

BENSON COSTUME CO. 
and HOCHBERG BROS. 

Congratulations to 

ROSIE 

RABBI BRONSTEIN and Family 
To 

ELAINE 

Congratulations from 
DR. STANLEY R. BENSON 

Congratulations from 
A Friend of 

FRIMIT ROSENBAUM 

Congratulations to 

LEAH 

MR. FRANK CHESIR 
Best Wishes to 

MIRIAM 

MRS. NUSBECHER 
Congratulations from 

DR. & MRS. A. J. LEWIS 

To 

EILEEN BLACKMAN 

ELI & NORMAN'S 

Kosher Meat and Poultry Market 

422 Avenue P, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



Congratulations from 

BERMAN'S AGENCY, INC. 

To 

FRIMIE 

Congratulations from 
LOUIS & IDA LIPPEL and Family 

BENAT FUEL OIL CORP. 

103-21 98th Street 
Ozone Park, L. I. 

Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

NANCI 

CRYSTAL CLEAR IMPORTING CO. 

Best Wishes to 

HENIE 

S. DIAMOND 
Best Wishes to 

ESTHER 

MAX ELBAUM 
Mazel Tov to 

ELAINE 

MARKELL'S SHOES 
47th-48th Streets, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Congratulations to 

FRIMIT 

KINOR DAVID 

Orthodox Kosher Meat, 

Poulti-y and Provision Corp. 

4708 13th Avenue, Brooklyn. N. Y. 



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Best Wishes to 

PENINAH 

DAVE BLUTH 



Congratulations to 

MARLENE 

PARENTS ASSOCIATION 
YESHIVA BRIGHTON 

293 Neptune Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

KINERET CATERING 

1923 Kings Highway 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

MALKIE 

MR. & MRS. SAM GOLDSTEIN 
MICHAEL and JERRY 

Compliments of 

ERASMUS LUNCHEON 

"Frish, Pappy and Mickey" 
Mazel Tov to 

AUDREY 

HYMAN ROSEN 
Congratulations to 

NATTALIE 

KINOR DAVID BUTCHER SHOP 
4708 18 Avenue, Brooklyn 13, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

SUPERIOR DRY GOODS CO., INC. 

105 Eldridge Street, New York 2, N. Y. 



Congratulations to 

ELAINE 

On Her Graduation 
REICH & KRESCH BUTCHERS 



Compliments of 

G. TANNENBAUM 

Compliments of 

GEORGE GOLDSTEIN 

Compliments of 

SIMON MASON JEWELERS 
CHARLES SILBERMAN & SON 

48 East Broadway 
New York City 

Compliments of 

A FRIEND 
SHORLAND TEXTILE CO. 

274 Grand Street 
New York 2, N. Y. 

TAM TOV CATERERS 

4723 Church Avenue 
Brooklyn 3, N. Y. 



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Congratulations to Our Niece 

JEANNIE 

AUNT PAULINE 
and UNCLE HERMAN 

Our Best Wishes for 
A Happy Future to 

JEANIE 

THE SPIRA FAMILY 
Mazel Tov to Our Cousin 

SHAINDIE 

ALTA, LIMA, LUCY 
and IRENE WIND 

Compliments of 

J. B. FUEL OIL COMPANY, INC. 

1110 Utica Avenue, Brooklyn 3, N. Y. 

DI 6-6000 

Best Wishes to 

SHELLY 

EDDIE'S FRUIT EXCHANGE 

SCHWARTZ and SPERBER 

ONEG POULTRY 

ASSOCIATED FOOD STORES 

Wishing 

NANCI 

Much Success in the Future 
MR. ROTH and FRIENDS 

Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

LONA 

AUNT JEAN and UNCLE EGOR 
PHILIP and JAY 

Compliments of 

MILLER & BERNSTEIN 

National City Bank Building 
Review Books at G.O.D. 

FLATBUSH and CHURCH AVENUES 



Congratulations and Best Wishes to 

JUDITH SHMIDMAN 

TAM TOV CATERERS 
4723 Church Avenue, Brooklyn 3, N.Y. 

Compliments of 

ONEG POULTRY 

4911 12th Avenue 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Compliments of 

CHARLES HERZOG 
KORNBLUTH CATERERS 

MADISON JEWISH CENTER 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Mazel Tov to 

ETTA 

Upon Her Graduation 
GUSSIE & DAVID STEINBERG 

To 

JEANNIE 

Best Wishes from 

MR. & MRS. MARGOLIS and Family 

Wishing Luck and Success to 

NANCI 

MR. and MRS. HERTZ 

L HOENIG & SON 

All Forms of Insurance 
280 Broadway, New York 7, N. Y. 

NEGEV KOSHER FOODS 

1211 Avenue U, Brooklyn, N. Y. 



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FROM FRIENDS 



of 



Helen Krochmal 



Congratulations and Maze! Tov to 



Henie 



Best Wishes for Success to 

Natalie Miller 

Upon Her Graduation 
MR. & MRS. SIDNEY WEG 



Congratulations to 

Aviva 

Our Daughter and Sister 



J. KORN BAKERY 


ABA, EMA, SHULAMIT, GILA 


To 


To 


Eileen 


Ellen 


Mazel Tov and Best Wishes 

For Health and Happiness 

Love, 


Heartiest Congratulations 
Upon Your Graduation 


RAE, MARVIN, JOSHUA & AARON 


A FRIEND 


Congratulations to 


Maze! Tov to My Niece 


Denah 


Frinriit 

Upon Her Graduation 


SAMUEL TARKER 


UNCLE SIMON 



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Acknowledgments 



We would like to express our sincere appreciation and tKanks to all those 
people who have worked so untiringly to aid in the pubhcation of this yearbook. 

Staying overtime in school many nights this winter to help write up the 
senior biographies were Norma Book, Tzippy Kanotopsky, Aviva Leiter, Helen 
Potocki. Harriet Russ, Lona Trencher and Toba Weitz. Rivky Perelstein aided the 
art staff, and Ellen Goldberg was put to work t>'ping. 

We would like to give special thanks to Judy Chill, Beverly Kopf, Faigie 
Landgarten and Ruth Newman who gave generously of their time and talents 
to aid in all facets of the publication of this yearbook. In truth, these girls became 
a part of the Elchanette staff. 

To Mrs. Jeanette Halpern our everlasting gratitude for her constant and 
valuable assistancegwhether offering ideas, smoothing the way or calming a 
slightly hysterical editor, the services Mrs. Halpern performed for this yearbook 
are immeasurable. 

Thanks also to Hinda Aufrichtig, Arlene Blumenthal, Devra Cohen, Marlene 
Ehrenreich, Helen Krochmal, Frimit Rosenbaum and Toby Safran for their aid; 
to the many seniors who offered a helping hand and an encouraging word, and 
to Rabbi Charles Friedman and Mr. Samuel Levine for their cooperation. 

The Editors 
Elchanette 1963 



(^ompilmentd of 



Frieda & Sammy 

The Friedbergs 

Miele Pharmacy 

Mr. Greenberg 

Mr. & Mrs. Leo Drath 

Mr. & Mrs. Herman Shapiro 

Mr. & Mrs. Bloomstein 

Mr. & Mrs. Aaron Toder 

Mr. & Mrs. Stringer 

Mr. & Mrs. Oringer 

Stern & Elbogen 

Dr. H. Ageis 

Felix Rubin 

Koymen 

Zion Pizza Shop 

Dr. Adolph Schoenfeld 

A Friend of Leah Rosen 

Korn's Shoe Store 



Junior's Gift Shop 

A Friend of Rifkey Perelstein 

Boro Park House Furniture 

A Friend of Helen Potocki 

Mr. A. Weismon 

Bichel Family 

A Friend 

Henry Brenner 

Sam Liebman 

Mr. Samuel Whitehorn 

Dr. & Mrs. Saul Kamen 

Dr. & Mrs. William J. Whitehorn 

A Friend of Barbara Gordon 

Broveman & Rose 

Met Food Stores 

Irene & Sol, Barry & Robin 

Augenbrauh's Fruits and Vegetables 

A Friend of Nanci Blumenthal 

Abie W. 



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